Phantom Crieth

Cerebro-heart is not well, the time to grieve,
The Dawn brought me worry & sorrow,
It abandoned kid’s camping of tomorrow,
The city is under attack nothing heals.

The night fell on the city innocent killed,
Fire did play its game, the city is framed,
The forces evil side danced the dance,
The Dogma wondered on no-beat, who danced?

The Ak did sound in the crieth of the wounded,
The hand grenades did sound loud when pounded,
Kalashnikov would cry on the moments,
His rifles open fire and humanity on torment.

It is the fire baby the core is on the fire fathomed,
It is the fire, dogma dancing now on own rhythm.
Beware the dance is moving now episode on rhythm,
Innocent’s crieth do sound now and effect to fathom.


(This Poem wrote on 27th Nov. 2008 during the terrorist attack on my city from 26th Nov. 2008, they Killed a lot of people.)

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Comment by Weston on February 15, 2009 at 1:15pm
I too, am filled with a sadness and empty feeling inside, from the event you outline in your poem. I will include the victims of this terrible act with my prayers for those consumed, in and about, the Iraq War. If man could devote even 10% of the effort spent to destroy and create suffering for others, toward creating a peaceful and prosperous existence for all, we could have the world peace that we all chant for every day, almost overnight.
Thank you for reading my poem 'The Challenge" and for your kind words in that regard. All the best.....Weston
Comment by sanjay khetan on February 15, 2009 at 7:21am
(Bows in reverence)
We are recovered now. yet it pinches us, on no mistake why innocent get killed in terrorist attacks...
Comment by Danielle Love on February 15, 2009 at 1:37am
I am so saddened to hear this. Do not mistake my smile, it is not for this moment. Your poem reflects the normalcy of life in the midst of heinousness. Prayers for your time in healing.

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