This is Fab Writing’s first post and it is absolutely fabulous. I couldn’t resist reblogging this poem and I hope you guys appreciate this post as much as I do 😁
They are shedding tears, but I won’t write to wipe them,
They lost their loved ones, but I won’t write to sympathise them.
They are threatened, but I won’t write to warm them,
They are horrified, but I won’t write to calm them.
Lives were washed away, under the sheets of bullets,
They pulled the trigger and terrorized them to the fullest.
Horrific wounds are buried under thick smoke of bomb,
while we just raise our voices on facebook dot com.
Furiously, the families were torn apart,
And a child asked them, “Don’t you have a Heart?”.
The world also cried, when flag of inhumanity was waved,
When the harmony of world and the peace were enslaved.
Death parcels fell from sky like present,
They killed innocents, “was this your intent?”.
To shoot his Dad, he was the one appointed,
While on other side, his mother was gunpointed.
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