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A World Destroyed
by Marguerite T Lemoine
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An early morn of what could be. Should we not be thankful for all God has given us here in the USA


 


A  WORLD  DESTROYED


OH! Sweet mystery of life
how I recall
the life we had before
the bombs began to fall


It was simple
and peaceful
Never dreaming
of what was to come


Must we sccumb
to such a fate
beyond belief
of  homes destroyed
with no repair


People all around
in great despair
Shopping  Centers gone
no place to flee


Where are my kin
Babies I seek
My God
have Mercy on  me



 

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Reviewed by cody bente
let the hole world see this and say this is a person that saw whut was to come in the horibul times we live in! let this be a beacon of change & let this be a starting pont to chang fore all of us. let thisbe our battle cry for the world.

your humbul servent cody"roshack"bente
Reviewed by Axilea MU
The horrible experiences you mention here are already happening in so many countries and it's just there, before our very eyes.

Greetings,

Axilea
Reviewed by Sherry Heim
We do live in difficult times, Marguerite, where all of the beliefs we had as children are being stricken from us on a daily basis. Security is a thing of the past when we look at the grand scheme of things, which puts me into a place where I have to think of security on an individual level and keep sending my prayers to the Ruler of us all. You give us a lot to chew on with this timely write.
Take care,
Sherry
Reviewed by Kathy Armijo
What is the world coming to? Better yet, is the end in sight,but we don't see?

Kathy
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
God, have mercy. I pray not--

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
Reviewed by Lew Duffey
You have captured the horrors of life.
God Bless,
Lew
Reviewed by Marguerite Lemoine
The possibility of what is to come is beyoud imagination. It could happen just like that. Let's us not put our heads into the sand. 'lil flower
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