We’re All in This Together #BloggingForPeace

We’re All In This Together! 

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Rose from the deep slumber
My eyes cried of pain
A pain unknown, a pain unheard
The flowers didn’t blossom
the sun didn’t shine
All was fine, yet nothing was fine
The world came to a halt
As the news flooded in
Lots of carnage, our brethren were killed
Mother Earth bled as its children fell
With another wretched tale to tell
Sorrow overwhelmed the world’s joy
Land flushed with the blood of martyrs
For what she wondered her children fought
Where got lost all the hunger for love
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The air froze with fear
Hearts swelled with anger
The times of war came nearer
Amidst the chaos, a light was seen
As the souls passed on to another realm
 The world witnessed their plea for peace
Praying won’t help, said the light in the sky
Rise over this meaningless fight
All we want is for you to survive
Come together and fend off the evil
Join hands with the world
Spread the peace we want you to achieve
Break the shackles of religion
Unite for humanity
Learn and preach the power of peace
War means destruction, more to us
Send on, a message for the generations to come
It’s all about peace and We’re all in this together

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This post is written as part of #BloggingForPeace with BlogAdda.

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22 thoughts on “We’re All in This Together #BloggingForPeace”

  1. P-E-A-C-E is a five letter word that gives a big hope to all lives who loves it. It is a weapon which hides all the power within. One who strives to bring peace or supports it, have some divine peace in their hearts.
    I have to agree with you Radhika that it is the time to act. World is moving to another corner of hatred and disgusting things keep on happening. Thank you for posting this, am in too 🙂

  2. This is beautiful!! Thank you for sharing! I would like to post this in my classroom for my students to read and be reminded each day about the things that really matter most in life. Is that okay to post it? I teach high school in a low-income district in Michigan.
    Tara

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