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Fallen Heroes

You remember fallen heroes who died in
 the first and second world wars
Fighters were united and fought above
 political, tribal and racial grounds
Brought forth peace and freedom 
 which we enjoy
Hence, do not water down their efforts
 and encourage unneccessary wars
Preserve peace and pray against 
 rumours of wars
Caananites were conquered 
 due to their undesirable mentality
To the Almighty and surrounding
  nations
Israelites were engaged into battlefieLd
 to get rid of enemies
Israelites acted well in repelling enemies
 and did not sit with hands crossed when faced
 by attacks 
and enemies that came within range
  were slain
Actually ISRAEL of old defended civilians and their
 property from harm and danger
Nowadays appetite for new disputes have
 sparked latest surge in violence
Mostly the essence of war is over 
 trivial matters
Escalation in tensions among nations is  
 an going phenomena

DAILY:In military labs creating various kinds
 of fixed, mobile,  tactical
 long-range radars and roadside bombs,
automatic rifles and airborne electronic surveillance
 systems,unmanned aircraft, missiles 
and artillery systems, mortars and rockets;
FOR MASS DESTRUCTION-KILLING INNOCENT PEOPLE:
 killing civilians in aerial and ground bombardments__
  and luck ones fleeing the most appalling persecutions 
    and bloodshed!


chipepo lwele
*Dedicated to fallen heroes

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