DROP THE WEAPONS

DROP THE WEAPONS

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Dedication

Dedicated to the hands that offer the gifts of roses in the world of weapons.

                                                                                                        Shahida Latif 

Contents

Preface 27

Foreword 27

  1. God’s Omniscience 27
  2. An Evident Soul 27
  3. The Search 27
  4. Pangs Of The Motherland 27
  5. 21st Century 27
  6. A Mesh 27
  7. A Mysterious Whisper 27
  8. A Question 27
  9. An Intent 27
  10. An Untold Tale 27
  11. At The Gate Of A Hospital 27
  12. Be Not The Characters 27
  13. Before You Returned 27
  14. Blackness Of The Dark Night 27
  15. Child Labour 27
  16. Desertedness Groans 27
  17. Do Something Sensible 27
  18. Drop The Weapons 27
  19. I Ask Someone To Resolve 27
  20. In The Multitude Of London 27
  21. Just Seven Years 27
  22. I Could Dissolve Myself 27
  23. Love 27
  24. Man Versus Satan 27
  25. Market 27
  26. Merging, Emerging 27
  27. Mother 27
  28. My Heart Urges 27
  29. Negate Awhile 27
  30. Numbness 27
  31. On The High Pedestal 27
  32. Pollution 27
  33. Progress 27
  34. Tales Of Sleepless Nights 27
  35. The Calamities 27
  36. The Callous Statues 27
  37. The Dust Bins 27
  38. The Earth Trembles 27
  39. The Encaging Walls Shattered 27
  40. The Encroaching Mists 27
  41. The Fifth Season 27
  42. The Ineffectual Dives 27
  43. The Neglected Object 27
  44. The Rabbit 27
  45. The Recognition 27
  46. The Rise And Fall 27
  47. The Settling Fog 27
  48. The Tears 27
  49. The Victory 27
  50. The Voice of Woman 27
  51. The Writers 27
  52. Thick Walls 27
  53. To The Gushes Of Wind 27
  54. We Live And Die Alone 27
  55. What I Need 27
  56. When The Sun Descends 27
  57. While Flying To London 27

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