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Tears of my unborn

Updated on August 26, 2010

The beauty of the world was made perfect in Man but out of carelessness man devoured the world and made it a crucial place to dwell though for centuries men and women have been praying to God seeking refuge and guidance.Seeking to restore the lost love and unite mankind,every child born to man is born into adversity and there have been numerous wars – World War II (approx. 62 million dead), World War I (approx. 15 million dead), the Korean war (approx. 3 million dead), the Vietnam war (approx. 2 million dead),Biafra/Nigeria war (approx 2million dead), Iraq war (approx. 168,000 dead to date), the 1991 Gulf war (approx. one million dead), 1980 Iran-Iraq war (approx. 1,000,000 dead) and the list goes on.This brings tear to my soul and unrest for my unborn.

My unborn cry
Tears of my unborn
The tears of a mother
The agony of a father
God made the mustard tree
He allowed birds dwell peacefully

Why is the world heating up
Why is the sea rising
Why are there so many boarders
Why can't men dwell as one
Tears of my unborn
The fear of the innocent infant

A son is born and a daughter a blessing...

Why can't the innocent dwell
I wish i could build beside you
Journeyed across the desert
In a quest for a greener pasture
Heading toward the border
Where man's brutality is visible

My eyes faded away for terrors overwhelmed me

My mouth no longer speak peace
It cause and it divulge
Blasphemy all around me
Tears of my unborn

Where is the love and where is thy face

We seek your face and not the face of man
Send fort thy grace and fill our lots
Rekindle the light of your countenance
We seek for thy thundering voice

Joy of motherhood is deprived
Legacy of fatherhood cut short
Perch and allow me a space
Tears of my unborn


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      Chibuzo Melvin Mobis 7 years ago from Biafra

      Thanks pmccray,glad you came around today.

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      pmccray 7 years ago from Utah

      It makes you wonder why many fight to vehemently for rights of the unborn and yet allow them to come to this hell hole. The unborn are the blessed ones who won't suffer the ills of mankind. Beautifully written poem my friend, peace to you and yours.

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      Chibuzo Melvin Mobis 7 years ago from Biafra

      I have asked the question a million times and it worries me that there is no answer even as of now...thanks Micky,always appreciate your support and the fact that Sa`ge felt my heart makes me want to do something positive for my unborn.


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      Sa`ge 7 years ago from Barefoot Island

      "Why do we have war?" "Where did hate come from? What kind of world will be for the unborn? Makes my heart ache!

      I feel what you share Rossi, I feel!

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      Micky Dee 7 years ago

      "Why can't the innocent dwell?" Why can't they? God bless Rossi!!!

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      Chibuzo Melvin Mobis 7 years ago from Biafra

      Thank you so much lorlie6,if there is no tear there would never be a plea.

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      Laurel Rogers 7 years ago from Bishop, Ca

      Oh Rossimobis-this is so poignant and true. The sorrow and pleading in your words is amazing.

      Thank you.