CONFLICT WORLD

By MANTRI PRAGADA MARKANDEYULU

What I Thought, This World Today
Is Not That World, I Expected
Reigns of Rulers, Years Rolled
Rules Gone, Dictators Era ǁ

Combats Still In Vogue
No Day without a Conflict
Wars Became Order Of The Day
Inter-Country Combats seen often ǁ

No Day Left For Intra-Party Conflicts

World Watches Ongoing Combats
Who Support Whom for Sanctions
World War, A Day Is Not Far ǁ

War Like Conflicts seen often
People die for Power Rule
Value to Life, No Country Gives
War Can Lead to Casualties ǁ

People Gave Power, Rulers to Rule
People expected Peaceful Environment
People’s Ambition, Enact the Rule
Peoples Aspirations, Hope To Be Good ǁ

Misunderstandings are often seen
Who is not great, it’s everybody great
All countries are great, countrymen feel so
Dangers seen with terrorism strikes ǁ

People killed through wars of terrorism
Countless casualties in war zones
Epidemics spread as people suffer
Countless loss to Lives and Properties ǁ

Lives hit through chemical bombings
Normal life dislocated throughout the world
Lost economy never regains for decades
Hopeless conditions people to confront ǁ

Governments collapse over the years
People suffer with epidemic diseases
Wisemen decisions avoids conflicts
Ceasefire agreements stop combats for a breathe ǁ

Judgments are good for peace
Who blames who, is the point of thought
Policies are the duty of government
Efficiency of Rulers prove handling situation ǁ

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MANTRI PRAGADA MARKANDEYULU, Litt.D.,

Poet, Novelist, Song and Story Writer

B. Com, DBM, PGDCA, DCP,

(Visited Nairobi-Kenya, East Africa)

Royal Success International Book of Records 2019 Honor, Hyderabad-India

Institute of Scholars (InSc) Research Excellence Award-2020, Bangalore (India)

Gujarat Sahitya Academy and Motivational Strips 2020 Honor, Gujarat-India

Hon. Doctorate in Litt. from ITMUT, Brazil. (2019)

Literary Brigadier Honor (2018) from Story Mirror, Mumbai, India

Spotlight Superstar Honor (2018) from Story Mirror, Mumbai, India

30+ Global Poetic Certificates (2018, 2019, 2020)

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