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Warning-The World

The world that
comes to display
is falling apart with
crisis of anger flame
filled the scenery
with a battle view
words have no
forms are falling
from the lips
to witness the
senseless of act
remain in a silent tone
through a broken
heart and devastating mind
to confide the untold story
from the tragic play
of a suffering pain
with an awakening call
remind of the innocent loss
that peace needs to take place
with the call for unity
to define justice
to stop the chaos of all
Together we will rise to see
prosperity comes to a place
from all the hatred go free
for the sake of a human race
to maintain harmony

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This poem effectively uses vivid and emotive language to convey a sense of crisis and a call for unity. The imagery of a "battle view" and "anger flame" creates a strong sense of conflict and tension. However, the poem could benefit from more concrete imagery and specific examples to ground these abstract concepts and make them more relatable to the reader.

The poem's structure and rhythm could also be improved. The lines vary greatly in length and rhythm, which can disrupt the flow of the poem and make it harder for the reader to follow. Consider revising the poem with a more consistent line length or rhythm to enhance its musicality and readability.

The poem's message of unity and peace is clear and powerful. However, the final lines could be strengthened by using more specific and concrete language. Instead of stating "prosperity comes to a place / from all the hatred go free", consider showing what this prosperity and freedom from hatred might look like in more tangible terms.

Lastly, the poem's grammar and syntax could be improved. There are several instances where the syntax is confusing or incorrect, such as "words have no / forms are falling / from the lips". This disrupts the flow of the poem and can confuse the reader. Consider revising these lines for clarity and grammatical correctness.

Overall, this poem has a strong message and uses emotive language effectively, but could benefit from more concrete imagery, a more consistent structure, and improved grammar and syntax.

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