**weapons Of Mass Destructions*** (Mr. Bush Didn'T Find, But I Found)

(My story: - I am a little boy of 7, I suffer from Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome... Lol..... too much for my age....my father greeds on next door uncle's garden.. they were friends... but now..... like fire and cotton... so are my mother and next door aunt.... but their son and me are the best friends in our class....)

Beautiful tulips

by Kolitha Lelwala Click to read full poem

Comments about **weapons Of Mass Destructions*** (Mr. Bush Didn'T Find, But I Found)

Nimal Dunuhinga 29 Jan 2009 02:56
You speak the truth that's more powerful than the weapons of mass destruct.
Sandra Fowler 18 Jan 2009 09:28
Greed, anger and hatred are indeed weapons of mass destruction. A very profound poem and one that needed to be written. you have my applause. Warm regards, Sandra
anne adam 18 Jan 2009 03:21
very very nice i like it it's so cool nice work keep going the good job
Bob Blackwell 18 Jan 2009 08:51
When I was a boy, they had signs which said 'No Tresspassers' and small as I was I didn't enter there. When I grew up I saw so called great leaders invade the lands of other people, to destroy and kill. I guess they didn't see the sign I saw. I am very very greatful that Mr Bush takes a hike next week, and is replaced by a man with compassion and empathy for our world. Well said my friend, keep it coming. Bob
C. P. Sharma 18 Jan 2009 07:59
An awesome poem, the so called mature statesmen of the world behaving worse then children. A good use of inductive reasoning to drive home the wisdom. Thank you for sharing it. I wish that heads of the States of the world read your poem. CP
Anjali Sinha 16 Jan 2009 04:24
yeah one must not succumb to these weapons of mass destruction restraint is the answer -10 anjali
Joseph Poewhit 15 Jan 2009 06:48
The last line is a real zinger.
Teresa Dearing 15 Jan 2009 06:47
Ah yes, the human condition on a smaller scale of war. good job T