Doom's Day In Nepal

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
Doom's Day In Nepal is a poem about the disastrous day that occurred in Nepal recently.

Submitted: April 30, 2015

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Submitted: April 30, 2015

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In God people believe,
But when an act of God,
Occurs, everyone is awed,
Which destroys everything spreading grief.

An earthquake full of might,
Occurred in Nepal and made everyone fright,
Many people were killed,
And ample of blood was spilled.

The people were innocent,
Still they died in this punishment,
They could not be saved,
From the earthquake's rage.

The people who somehow escaped,
Suffered more than those, who were killed,
As they didn't have anything left,
No money, no home, no one at rest.

People in Nepal still face a threat,
From the avalanches of Mt. Everest,
The plight there is adverse,
And the chances are low for it to reverse. 

In God people believe,
But when an act of God,
Occurs, everyone is awed,
Which destroys everything spreading grief.

What was their mistake?
Why were they brutally killed?
Why was their life on stake?
I now ask, why innocent blood was spilled?


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