by Tyler Joseph Wiseman
Sunday, December 14, 2003
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Saddam is gone, his beastly head
hoisted upon the pike of Americanism
Saddam is gone, but the flag
has innocent seeps and stains
to show the valor for it
Uday went away some time ago,
the bloody blasphemy of his life cut short
Saddam fought on to avenge his sons
and our men, our women were in the blunt
We fought and fight on, despite skewed cause
but the prominence of this man caught
brings a sense of hope and pride
no matter the side
With Bombast and vigor we fought,
tireless in shifts, lonely yet
for home and hearth, but now
some may be home for Christmas
excepting those lost in death
Is this a victory to the mother,
who's child died in our bombardment?
Will she say he could have taken him deep in the night, or will she merely weep
for each moment he wouldn't fight
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|Reviewed by Justareader Offinework (Reader)
|Was his capture really worth the death and destruction inflicted? And all under the guise of humanity.
This exceptional writing raises many questions.
|Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
|the important thing is, we got saddam; and his evil has met its end! :D|
|Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU
|"Saddam Captured!?!" is a poem that many millions may read and conclude their own feelings on what the magic words of honor can strike.
This poem, "Saddam Captured!?!" delivers a message that could save the world of a possible blood's deluge, if the - THE FIVE MAIN TERRORISTS OF THE PLANET EARTH - housed at The United Nations as "The Five Permanent Members of U.N. Security Council", read, - YES, if they read this "Saddam Captured!?!" - and think on what they are doing... ah, I am sorry! I was supposed to talk on the poem.
I did enjoy the contents, the message into the socio-philosophical and poetical deliverance and Voice.
Thank You for preparing the ground for the soldiers of Justice.
May You, Poet Tyler Joseph Wiseman, enjoy a Memorable Season.
My gratitude, respect and admiration.
Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
For an Empire under the Sword of Justice.
|Reviewed by Ted Sheridan (Reader)
|No matter what, an evil man has fallen.|
|Reviewed by Kate Clifford
|Good points, great write!|
|Reviewed by Libby Stone
|Your words are felt deep in my heart and soul...painfully so...beautifully so. Job well done!!
|Reviewed by jude forese
|the first "saddam captured" poem ... nice!|