by Justin J Vargas
Monday, September 30, 2002
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If we were at war,
And anything goes,
Are we turned into monsters?
While true honor is post-poned.
And if we were at war,
Are we the creatures that cause nightmares?
In the innocent eyes of the young..
Devils in disguise, Hold the flags up high.
Twisting up the truth, In numerous lies.
Justice is served..
Though I don't beleive in taking life,
My way's aren't the world's.
Knowlegde; more precious than pearl.
Anger is the gold that pays for war,
May god bless us,
Were over a thousand years from a perfect world.
This is pretty much for any people that cause war.
Not holding any country responsible.
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|Reviewed by Tien Avielle
|God bless... Thank you for this poem! I listened live to all the speeches by Mr. Bush, and Mr. Powell's presentations at the UN - I also obtained the text from these. My opinion was that it was a lot of repeated rhetoric and old documents (available on the web-proven and reported by CNN to be in large part plagerized) presented as "new evidence" from British Intelligence. With each new presentation, the US justification for war became less credible. If anyone is truly interested in knowing the rationale for my stand, I offer them the following url which addresses all the "issues" raised at the UN and has point by point referenced quotes from US agents and UN inspectors that almost completely contradict what the US White House resident has told us is an imminent threat to our security... (Interests). Inspections and high tech monitoring give Saddam no chance to rebuild a weapons arsenal - aren't inspections and monitoring a better way than war, which will only provoke increased retaliation on the American people?
|Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
|intense, powerful stuff here, justin!! great job, my man!!|
|Reviewed by C. Gourlay
|ten for the sentiment - in war everyone loses something.|
|Reviewed by Lisa Hilbers
|Justin, Yes I shutter to think of how many times war will be declared before we reach that 'perfect' world. The human race has been battling for something throughout the ages, I don't see them quitting now. Most of the time what they are fighting for manages to get lost in the fight, then they fight because the other side fought back,,what a life! Great powerful write here Justin,,,Lisa|
|Reviewed by Linda Hill
|Very powerful and intense,
Justin. Good write!!