A poem about war motivates a peaceful life. Conflict due to persons, societies, or countries always results in a nervous situation which leads to the loss of many lives on earth. People sang war poems for celebrating their victory. Are they real winners? World war results in the bloodshed of humans. Destruction and sorrow are the faces of a battle and top secrets are maintained during the war. The poem about war is an open eye for people to think why are we killing our brotherhood. Children lose their parents and relationship chain breakups due to wars. We are the real fighters for goodwill and serenity. Awake from the world of illusion and act for a warless real world.
When I lazy to exercise
I just saw the wind that going somewhere
The wind that blows from time to time
He warns me while I am jogging
It is the blood that pours into the world
I thought it was a joke as joggers use
Who are you to threaten me?
You are not an authorized person to advise me
My way is broad and strong
No one else will have an impact on me
As I stood, I could see the child’s snarl and the torch of lightening
When fireworks from neighboring countries are falling
I remember the wind warning
When I saw corpses falling apart
I feel a cactus growing in my stomach with expectation
Israel and Palestine conflict becoming a worldwide concern. Palestine missile attacks on Israel and Israel back attack give a negative sign for an upcoming war. Palestine and Israel deserve equal measures of liberty, equality, integrity, prosperity, and the spirit of common brotherhood. The world does not need a world war 3 amid the COVID pandemic situation. The conflict between Palestine and Israel is under the notice of international authorities. The various attempts to resolve the issue have been failed. I do not know who is right and wrong. However, I believe that a mutual decision must be taken to stop the blood shower and for a peaceful future. Expecting this poem about war to sparks the candle.
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