A scar of war.

Lost in the world of the hate, a lone lady tried to survive.

Every day she’d toil so hard, with a fear of being shot at alive anytime.

Running around, doing her chores, she never bothered about anyone,

Except for her sick and bed-ridden love, trying to recover.

He may have been the best of his regime, but he lost his future forever,

That’s what the world thought of that war veteran.

Fighting in his fifth battle, colder became his aggression;

Becoming more wise, he started to become more human.

A novice, a friend, entered his the field with passion,

Without realising he was entering into a trap,

He would have lost his life if it weren’t for his old chap.

Our man almost lost his life trying to protect a life of his comrade.

His friend, tried everything to make his life better,

But alas, the path of violence always ends up being bitter.

They understood the values, they once thought, that never made sense.

The idea of kindness and spreading happiness,

Oh the benefits of non-violence!

Although our veteran was paralyzed, he believed life goes on when there’s hope.

“Oh darling, why didn’t you choose a life, that had a better scope?”

The wife cried when she heard he’d never be able to walk again,

“Love, dying for protecting people I love is an honour;

But sometimes, it requires the ability to bear forever, a scar.

But, why I did choose this path, I shall never regret.

But if I don’t spread the idea of peace, that feeling would be worse than death.”

The concept of violence and hatred has destroyed lives of millions over the years.  It’s time we wake up and be the human we actually are.

It’s time to #StandUpForHumanity. Share your views and thoughts on this and spread happiness wherever you see fit, because we already have many haters. Love is all we need now and forever.

I’ll be back with yet another amazing post, until then, just #LIVEyOURLIFE.

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5 thoughts on “A scar of war.

  1. pranabaxom June 23, 2017 / 23:55

    “But if I don’t spread the idea of peace, that feeling would be worse than death.” – this line says everything that need to be said.

    Liked by 1 person

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