The Unforgettable Memory


For more than three years,

I have seen love, hate and tears


Once the war started, only the brave fought with no fears

Some admitted that they lost their thoughts, and a deep belief

I saw a mother weeping for her lost son, and a father crying every morning with grief


I’m still waiting for this world to turn,

God only knows who are the good ones,

Who have the courage to fight, I see only a coward who hides


Shame on the powerful, who only tells lies

And shame on the one who only stands watching, and cries

And shame on those who celebrate while the other bury the dead bodies

And shame on me for forgetting, and believing the goddamn liars

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