Guns N Roses

Poem By Ankur Parashar Dutta

Glimpses of the bygone days,
as the bygoners are now gone;
feeds up the memory lane,
where the future once did dawn.

For, life and living are both meaningless,
with the lives i lived with gone;
for guns n roses (together) ne’er prevails,
a blind eye of the human race.

Shadows of those caravan camps,
Haunt those blood red lands;
red roses crown the graves,
lost are those men as slaves.

Aimed for peace,
Aimed for love;
war killed thine aim.
Roses over graves,
Roses for love;
all are not same.

With whom to share the victory marks,
friends, family, many gone;
for guns and roses can ne’er cross roads,
as one uproots and the other sows.

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