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Pray for Lebanon

A poem dedicated to a beautiful city of Beirut and it's citizens as my condolence on a terrible incident of massive explosion. It took hundreds of lives and gave wounds that may never heal.

Their hearts trenched
And soul’s shunned
Known for it’s beauty
The city, now burns

Hopes and dreams
Dripping as tears
From eyes that once
Lived free from fear

If only we knew
A world of peace
Or maybe a life
That’s safe, at least

Where a mother smiles
As her child sleeps
Not imperiled by a bang
Or smoke that swiftly creeps

Darkest of the nights
End with a ray
Their hopes and dreams
Will again, find a way

To gleam more luminous
And live to rejoice
Holding hands together
For love, was never destroyed

10 comments

    1. Thank you so much. You wont believe this commet was sitting in my spam folder and I had no idea about it. Thanks again for nominating me for this honor. πŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ’•

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