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  1.  Prison



In The Hands Of War
by Cathrine Hottran
Tuesday, April 15, 2003
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Some children,
Will never see a toy,
Never get to play,
Or feel a bit of joy.

Some children,
Have soldiers invade their home,
Their parents killed,
And are too soon on their own.

Some children,
Are always being bruised,
Neglected, mistreated,
And constantly abused.

These children,
Are born and raised in war,
Where freedom is a myth,
And life an open sore.


As I see the next generation being sacrificed by political greed and adult egotism, I realize that pessimism is same as realism.

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Reviewed by Poetry Deborah 10/16/2004
Wonderful message...it's happening all around us and so many close their eyes. Powerful truth! Thank you for sharing.

Deborah
Reviewed by Jeremy Vaeni 4/25/2004
It's interesting: we readers assume you are speaking of a particular war. But actually your poems are interchangable with any war. War is war. Death is death. Misery is misery. The terrors of war don't care about time or land and these are always the inevitable outcomes.
Reviewed by Alexander Shaumyan 4/15/2003
Not images like these:

http://www.marchforjustice.com/id294.htm

Thank for sharing the truth of this war.
Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader) 4/15/2003
You see this every day on the streets of every country. Visit a woman's and children's shelter; the one's that aren't discarded in dupsters or along side the roadway.
Reviewed by Alexander Shaumyan (Reader) 4/15/2003
Some children have missing arms and legs--all in the name of "freedom". Powerful message.
Reviewed by Ted Sheridan (Reader) 4/15/2003
You are so far off base here that it isn't funny. These kids and generations to come will have a chance to escape the tyrants.
Reviewed by Sandie Angel 4/15/2003
Yes, very sad indeed!

Sandie Angel :o(
Reviewed by Paul Berube 4/15/2003
C.A. very caring message and very special words.
Reviewed by Dens Dreamweaver (Reader) 4/15/2003
An important message. thank you for sharing.

namaste'
Melanie
Reviewed by Anwer Sher (Reader) 4/15/2003
this is so riveting in its message of love and care..
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