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Raabia Tabassum

Rookie - 21 Points (7th August 1998)

You Have Killed Yourselves And Ourselves.


Veryday fights and wars,

Including Earth; excluding the planets along with Mars.

What have you brought?

Pains, suffering and nothing but drought.

*

Is this what you call humanity?

Bloodshed and no unity!

Brother killing brother

and every house a mother.

*

Where is the peace?

Everything you have seized.

Blood and blood; that's what I see.

Talkin' all this is not only me.

*

One day the world,

Will be hard to mould.

The blue colour; the fresh air,

Will one day be all bare.

*

How could you bare to see this?

Won't anyone after this you will miss?

One by one everyone gone,

Then you will hear the remorse and the moans.

*

Time will become a day,

When you will comprehend your fatuous ways.

You have destroyed yourselves

And ourselves.

Submitted: Tuesday, September 17, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 17, 2013

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