Forgive the world..

by MissSideways   Dec 19, 2005


Forgive the world we live in
the reckless devastation
the bombing and the torture
our self-incarceration

forgive the terrorism
indignant emancipation
the way we can't say sorry
relentless implication

junkies, AIDS and lust
the medias exaggeration
abuse of love and power
and lovers hesitation

the wind that won't stop blowing
the suns illumination
illness and diseases
subtle desensitization

George Bush, Hussein and Howard
third-world deprivation
murder and harassment
obsessive admiration

tsunamis, riots and war-fare
the constant depredation
the lack of patriotism
the splitting of our nation

cons and broken hearts
virginity devaluation
corruption in all society
middle-east's deterioration

the cyclones and the floods
the devilish incarnation
forgive dear mother nature
and her indistinguishable explanation...

the world will self-destruct
if we don't work together
so forgive the world today
before peace is lost forever.

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  • 12 years ago

    by Star

    That was an absolutely amazing and beautiful piece. 5/5

  • 13 years ago

    by ThugPoet

    Hey Dani, remember me? hehehe

    This was an excellent read and I sure missed rading your work! Well balanced and smooth, a very comfortable and informative read. Hehehe, I've always liked your style.

    Keep it up baby! Great stuff!

    - Thuggy!

  • 13 years ago

    by ThugPoet

    Hey Dani, remember me? hehehe

    This was an excellent read and I sure missed rading your work! Well balanced and smooth, a very comfortable and informative read. Hehehe, I've always liked your style.

    Keep it up baby! Great stuff!

    - Thuggy!

  • 13 years ago

    by ThugPoet

    Hey Dani, remember me? hehehe

    This was an excellent read and I sure missed rading your work! Well balanced and smooth, a very comfortable and informative read. Hehehe, I've always liked your style.

    Keep it up baby! Great stuff!

    - Thuggy!

  • 13 years ago

    by TheRevelation

    This is my favorite poem out of any I've read. I've read it many times over and over. I love it. I never knew that I never commented it, but better late than never right? of course 5/5