Thursday, February 09, 2006

UN NEEDED WAR......!
So many dead so many more hurt
Bodies of children lie in the dirt
Hospitals full of crying and fear
Listening to more bombs falling near
Blood on the hands of all in this war
Tears in the heavens, "what's it all for?”
All for one man, a murderous one
For him alone this carnage begun
Had to be another way to stop atan's whore
Instead of the thousands to die in a war
The devil was caught, but the sadness remains
Was the death of so many, worth the gain?
The scars of this terror will never fade
And it’s the living that ultimate will pay
Husbands, wives, children all gone
In a horror most of the world thought wrong

10 comments:

Champ - Love Hound said...

Nice simple words talkin' Deep. Can I steal these words for some Blind American friends? Please!

I think it can let them see alittle better. Thankyou for sharin' it. *Smiles*

God bless you....

Fahd Mirza said...

touched the sentiments deeply.

Reza said...

Nice words indeed. Very nice.

No One said...

A powerful message, and nice use of the english language...you should pursue this poetess in you...and in due time you will be famous :)

Nabeel said...

if you want peace, prepare for war.
i forgot who this quote's by.

Renegade Eye said...

I found this blog surfing.

Very powerful, heartfelt post.

Champ - Love Hound said...

Oh my Holy God! did you just say or your Prayed that Mr. Bush must read my blog?

Thankyou for your comments 'n' check the new comments there. *SIGH*

God bless you....

Bloody_Hell said...

Nicee words....deeep

Howz u sis?

samrina said...

Thnx to all for nice comments but these r not my words :)

Well Khurram u dnt need to steal, u r allowed to copy tyhe post or anything :)

By the way i was just asking didnt prayed for this, dun know that my words gonna come true :) :)

anyhow dnt worry he didnt mind, saw the comments so get get ready for a visit to White House, lucky haan .... :) :)

prayers for all,
samrina

Trailady said...

My heart broke the day we watched 3,200 of our citizens die in explosions. Then 300 more brave men buried alive trying to get people out of the buildings before they collapsed. There were many children there on school trips to see the towers and get a view of the city. The sight of those towers burning, terrified people jumping to their deaths to avoid the flames... haunts me to this day. My heart breaks every day to hear the news of more deaths in the Middle East. The pictures of mourners weeping. (I cry at this very moment) So much death and destruction- this was NEVER meant to be. On news, I saw a story about a 3 yr. old Afghan girl whose parents were killed by a rocket-propelled grenade. She was seriously injured. US soldiers pulled her out of the burning vehicle and were tending her. She died right in their arms as they tried to save her. Such a lovely child, even the soldiers cried. I wrote a song about her. It is too Much to bear! Peace be upon you, my friend...