Dedicated to Paris: Ukraine Is With You

I thought I get used to war

I thought I am blind and see no sorrow

I thought I have already seen a real horror

I only thought…

I know there are no right words

French lives are stolen forever

Red bloody color is everywhere

And faces of their loved ones

Hanging in Paris ever-charming air…

Ukraine is with you, France!!! I refuse to understand this world…

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21 thoughts on “Dedicated to Paris: Ukraine Is With You

  1. I understand what you mean, and you words depict the pain and hurting of the irrational events of Paris. After thinking about the subject of violence and war, I have come to the conclusion that war is deeply embedded in human nature. We love war and violence. Take a look at the abundance of books, articles, TV episodes, motion pictures, photographs, and other media sources regarding this abominable subject. Remember the phrase, “Homo homini lupus”? (Man is the wolf to man.)

    I once read that “War is the natural state of man”. I’m afraid this is true. Look up at your history books, and you will find warfare since the beginning of time when Cain killed Abel because he was jealous of him. From then on, the history of mankind has been closely entertwined with violence and warfare.

    On this subject, Mark Twain, “Chronicle Of Young Satan”, wrote:

    “There has never been a just [war], never an honorable one — on the part of the instigator of the war. I can see a million years ahead, and this rule will never change in so many as half a dozen instances. The loud little handful — as usual — will shout for the war. The pulpit will — warily and cautiously — object — at first; the great, big dull bulk of the nation will rub its sleepy eyes and try to make out why there should be a war, and will say, earnestly and indignantly, ‘It is unjust and dishonorable, and there is no necessity for it,’ Then the handful will shout louder.”

    If you add the war industrial complex to the ecuation, the pictures gets worse. Our only chance is to turn to God. If anybody can fix this fixation to the killing fields, is God. We are his children and he loves us. That was Jesus role, to teach us the value of Love. So far we have not learned the lesson. When will we learn?

    Thank you for your heart-felt poem about the innocent victims of Paris.

    God Bless,

    Omar.-

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    1. There is sense in your words! People who kill do not have God in their hearts, however, they do it because of their own believe, they are religious fanatics, but it is a very cruel religion…however, the question is who brought them to this Earth. who created them? What is the reason and why? Thank you, Omar! I just wrote as I felt, could not stand aside…we have war in our country…

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  2. I’m afraid I don’t the answer to your questions. I wish I could. Violence is in our country too, due to the drug-traffic wars. The killing fields are also here, hovering above us all. Why? I wish I knew the answer. John Lennon wrote a beautiful song about peace. Remember, “Imagine”?

    God Bless,

    Omar.-

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