Humanity

Humanity short poem

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Have you seen the wrath of Humanity?
They feel it brings them sanctity.
With the blood of the innocent,
They feel it’s for them to mend.
They say it’s heaven on earth
But the innocent lay covered with blood,
From south to north.

They call themselves protector of mankind,
There are no rules that could bind.
With guns and pellets
They swore to purify,
There is no one to defy.

O Almighty!!
Have you seen the innocent lying dead?
Pieces into which their bodies have been shred.
The crows and vultures feed on them.
They judge everyone to be the same.
If justice prevails in your court,
Then let virtue triumph over vice.
With a flip of your dice,
Let the fathers once again rise.

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Shounak Paul

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I am an engineer but a bit different. I dont see the world as it is. I love to travel, paint, click photos. I am a working professional but i also try to find time out of my busy life to write down my feelings as poems or stories.
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