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Death Is Dancing Naked To The Tunes Of Famine
by Bhuwan Thapaliya
Friday, May 30, 2003

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In poverty ridden nations of this world
People are starving and the death is
Dancing naked to the tunes of famine
Shaking the foundation of existence
With an earthquake of food scarcity
Whilst in reverse part of the world
They talk of eradicating the famine
But plunge million dollar bombs
Into the very heart of the humanity
Wounding and killing thousands
In the name of amelioration and liberty
And ironically aborts the humanitarian aid
Citing acute capital deficiency


Copyright 2003 Bhuwan Thapaliya

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Reviewed by nevine Al Seidi (Reader) 6/13/2003
Bravo Bhuwan! You highlighted the hypocrisy of the Western civilisation that survives on our blood and money...I love this poem... Write more on things that affect the never-allowed-to-develop nations.
Nepal? Such a magical place to be born lucky you!
Reviewed by jude forese 6/1/2003
excellent write reflecting upon the horrors bestowed upon by mankind onto itself...
Reviewed by Nancy D. 5/31/2003
Excellent in what you have expressed here, your picture says a thousand words, thank you for sharing.

Nancy
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge (Reader) 5/31/2003
Heartbreaking write of sad reality
Reviewed by Kate Clifford 5/31/2003
Good observations!
Reviewed by William Bonilla 5/31/2003
An outstanding write my friend
you bring the truth forth

William
Reviewed by Christine Morell 5/31/2003
People listen to you, Bhuwan ...keep writing, caring and speaking out for those in need, as you always do. This is excellent.
Love Chrissie
Reviewed by Marlene Dawn 5/31/2003
Let each individual try to do their personal best to help those in need. Prayers are always said for those that are suffering. You have a wonderful heart Bhuwan.

*Marlene*
Reviewed by john zimmerman 5/31/2003
bhuwan, you are too polite to point out
that we in the west sponge up an inordinate
share of earths resources relitive to our
proportion of the population...

good write

john+
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 5/31/2003
heartbreaking write and the pic fits the sad nature of this stark write so well! thanks for sharing this needed write! (((HUGS))) and love from america, your friend, karen lynn. :( >tears <
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 5/31/2003
This is excellent and so needed... sending more money that does not get to them is no good, we need food and medicine..like Ted said!!

Love
Tinka
Reviewed by Kay P Devenish 5/31/2003
Third world mother's plea.

Please...
don't let my baby die,
he is starving...so am I.
in your homes so safe and sure...
spare 'a little' for the poor.

Please...don't turn your eyes away,
without you he may die today.
I hold his little body near,
it is so close to death I fear.

There is no water I can give,
please...oh please, do help him live.

The flies are swarming on our pain,
there is no food,
there is no rain.

I fear perhaps it is too late,
I have NO HOPE if you should wait.
His breath is shallow on my ear,
I have no strength to shed a tear.

Please...don't let my baby die,
but IF you do...
then
WHY...OH,WHY????

*****************
I feel my poem (written years ago) is apt as a comment as it is what I truly feel 'She' would say if she could,the third world mother's...thank you for showing us this and never stop exposing their pain,one day we might just all get together and change the way things are,I hope....the sooner the better.
Reviewed by Ted Sheridan (Reader) 5/31/2003
I have been reading about this, we need to do something to help them, sending more money that does not get to them is no good, we need food and medicine.
Reviewed by Bill Murray 5/31/2003
Bhuwan, it will never end until paradise on earth is established with the return of Christ. The worlds population is increasing and as it increases our ability to feed it decreases. There will always be famine and
death. But we can't stop it, we can only slow its progress. We should try much harder than we do. Your heart is pure and loving, and you I know will do all you can. Bill
Reviewed by E T Waldron 5/30/2003
Excellent write Bhuwan, the need is great!Yes We live in a world of dichotomy, it never ends until the end...
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