Sonnet: Let Men Be Sane

When Truth prevails, the evil get trapped soon;
This world is bad but God is not unjust;
The clouds cannot forever block the Moon;
God's justice blows suddenly like a gust.

Terrorists can't achieve by killing-sprees;
The blood of innocents spilled, spell revenge;
Each summer’s heat will bring a cool sea-breeze;
The senseless killings, no one need avenge.

For Nature heals the wounds that men inflict;
It punishes men rather cruelly;
Alas! Her fury, none can quite predict;
And punished men must like the snakes belly!
'Tis sad why men cannot forget the past;
A war can make a nation poor so fast.

by Dr. A.Celestine Raj Manohar M.D.,

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