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A Short Poem on No More Violence

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An aspiring writer. I believe all writer where once aspirers like me but got better with time

Say no to violence

From the moment a child was born he was faced with violence, from the big slap on the buttock by nurses, so as to let out a giant cry .

It gave people the idea that violence was good, so as to achieve a meaningful goal.

But then comes a time when this same violence could be the end of us all.

We live in a time when parents soak themselves in soap opera, applying the teaching in their lifes.
They never knew that life is not like it is In the movie, a total different script.

They neglect their children thereby creating a generation of I'll mannered people.
No one is interested in good behaviour, but go after fame, jealousy and things that won't be positive to the society.

A world whereby their role model is a gangster. We live in a time when guns and weed make you look dope.
A time when you live healthy and away from drugs you're seeing as fool.

If you want to stop violence we need to start from our homes, cause that's where we all got it wrong.

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Comments

Sawacha (author) on March 31, 2020:

I really had no idea, now I'm wondering how rich in content my write up would have looked like iif I added a little bit of history to it

platinumOwl4 on March 31, 2020:

The Indigenous people of North America were annihilated with guns, alcohol and disease. The way in which Africans in America are meeting a similar fate indicates a similar system in place. They, like the indigenous people neither manufacture guns nor alcohol.

Sawacha (author) on March 30, 2020:

@platinumOwl4 thanks, I guess I'll be reading some history also

platinumOwl4 on March 30, 2020:

The media plays apart to be sure. However, the lack of your historical knowledge is deadly also. And Your history does not start in 1619. The answer to the psychological problems impacting African-American globally are available. Read, Dr. Amos Wilson.