Condemnation

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: War and Military  |  House: Booksie Classic
This poem is about Pakistani government who after every genocidal attack on Hazara nation comes out of his house condemns with his traditional words. He does not do and has not done anything at all to stop Hazara Genocide by fighting with the taliban and bring peace for Hazara..

Submitted: February 03, 2016

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Condemnation

 

He condemns when

His country is burning

He condemns its burned people

Ignores daily protest on the streets

Marching banners get to his palace

He relaxes on soft silky couch

Watches movie of his countrymen protesting

They cry for food, electricity, and peace

His overflowing palace is needless

Security watches him

Corpses protest for their blood’s justice

Who would listen to dead men?

Their beloved who cry for peace

He sends trucks of tissues to wipe tears

Bombs blow away lives

He condemns and sits back

His security men sets violent fight

As his citizens protest for living right

Humanity cries on torn apart bodies

Condemnation claims out of his numb soul

His cold words of condemnation

Cannot stitch torn organs back again

The left out nation burn in fire

His abstract words fly by the ashes!

 

He/His = government

 

By: Mursal Koshani

 


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