Where is my vaccine?

Where is my vaccine?

A Poem by Wordwhirl
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Eternal cries...

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Bloody Easter
 Tumbled Twins
 Burned Taj 
Torn Mid -East 

 Where is my vaccine?
 The Earth cries...  

Displaced Rohingyas 
Reuter Reporters 
Middle East migrants 
Captured Lives 

 Where is my vaccine?
 The Earth cries...  

Humanity is the vaccine 
Bottled inside human minds
Overpowered by the Terrorist superbug.



© 2019 Wordwhirl


Author's Note

Wordwhirl
Do let me know your thoughts.
And eradicate terrorism....

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"Humanity is the vaccine" is one of the smartest things I've ever read or heard about this pandemic, but not just the pandemic, it relates to all the ills of the world these days. I love that you bring in your concern for the planet . . . which also needs a vaccine from human greed. So many snappy spot-on ways to snark those who are so deep into pandemic whining, they forget there are still a bunch of other very sad world problems needing a vaccine, too! (((HUGS))) Fondly, Margie

Posted 6 Months Ago


Thanks for sharing. Your poem opines strongly to eradicate terrorism from its roots.

Terrorism arises from the radical thoughts being propagated among ignorant people who lack questioning the things being served in the name of injustice, religion, inequality, etc.




Posted 7 Months Ago


We are not the vaccine, we are the disease.

Posted 10 Months Ago


The west make the weapons, but the law says they're not allowed to use it on themselves, but as you know, they are plenty of other countries just willing to test those weapons out, and do so with lethal results.
Will it ever end, sadly no.

Posted 11 Months Ago


Many of the nations are victims and they should step up altogether very strictly to fight against it, thus it can be uprooted.

I am hoping to see some of your work with the same very subject, since it has a vast importance.
We should unite as there will be no other appropriate time to fight.
Terrorism is not only the concern but its a bane for our society....

Nicely penned... very touchy and truthful !!

Posted 1 Year Ago


I agree my friend.
"Humanity is the vaccine
Bottled inside human minds
Overpowered by the Terrorist superbug."
Peace will come, when the poor people stand as one. Rich man world, no profit in peace. The terrorist are sponsored by rich nations. Dear Neetha, I pray everyday, we learn. Every life had value. A powerful use of words my friend.
Coyote

Posted 1 Year Ago


Today's world is full of inhumanity..we can't end terrorism in a second...but your words is so powerful,it can make others to turn back and see what they have done to this beautiful planet

Its a great poem and everyone should read this...

Posted 1 Year Ago


I do appreciate your true, kind and compassionate words showing concern for the ills of our society.
The world need more people like me and you full of love and truth for the masses!

Well done!!!

Posted 2 Years Ago


Wordwhirl

2 Years Ago

Thanks...I appreciate your words.
Glad to hear:)
Neetha, if only it were that easy. Remember one man's terrorist is another man's freedom fighter...the English thought so when the American war of independence was being fought.

That being said, I like the premise of your poem and that the Earth cries out for a vaccine to combat the disease that is mankind...the humanity within that is required to combat evil has been overpowered by man's inhumanity.

You've written an important message that should be read by all...and heeded...before the Earth turns against us.

A good write.

Posted 2 Years Ago


Wordwhirl

2 Years Ago

Thanks Ted...

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