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Legendary Sibyl Speak Words Of Mist Fog Prophecy

like time legendary Sibyl I speak words of prophecy
parables of peace declarations of war are sown to see
choices are clear choice is free will I see before thee

spread oil upon water to disperse war waves of descent
oil to calm still turbulent waters wages of war meant sent
oil machines of war or words of orators of peace cement

do Obamaites really hate war pretend peace Iraq saga prolong?
noble prize peace given to pretender to peace lover of war wrong?
do McCainiacs secretly love war profits profits of cruel bomb song?

international politics diplomacy a war of words or deceptions sown?
Terence G. Craddock (afterglows echoes of starlight)

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For Micheal Gove

Who will protect history from the lies
Of jingoistic ministers? Who glory in
War, its victims who laid dying & bleeding
through Mans inventions

You want us to accept that 14-18 was
A great war,
A war that did nothing to relieve the world’s poor

A war of imperial blindness
Minister have you read

‘Dulce et Decorum Est’

For the next four years
Are we expected to celebrate?
Revive old wounds
Bigotries and hate
Your rhetoric so shallow
Insults the millions
Who lost their lives

So I will view with scepticism
Your callous patriotism
A morbid centennial
For a war to end all wars

For the truth is we know
That war in its horrendous
Colours is a rich man’s game!
It adds nothing to be proud off
It should the entire human race
With sorrow and shame

So when you march in file
Past the unknown sentinel
Remember that war is failure
A failure of reason the last
Act for society. Nothing to celebrate
Remember yes, Do not rejoice.
jeff newnham

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The Unending War

Even before the world known wars,
men have alway been at war.
Every man lived and dwell in war.
War is part of our lives.

The war that divorce us.
Not minding our ideology and definition.
Into two world powers.
With great followers
not mind our levels of training and discipline.
Strenght and weakness,
poverty and wealth.

The line so thin we find ourselves crossing over every now and then.
With our interest deciding...

As I am part of this war,
so you are
The war of good and evil.
Where evil rides good.
May be, this war wil end,
when i take my last and for you too.
And history wil keep us alive.
Babalola Augustine Adeola

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From very far
You see a war
And you say this
What a good affair war is
It looks more loving
Beautiful and appealing
But when you'll go near
You will find dear
War is ugly, very ugly
Who says it's a fair
It is a brute affair
If you see and scan
You will find
War is a product of brute in man
It is a strong wind
That ignites forest fire
And which engulf entire
Things as its food
Man kills man
What other things war can do
To human
It can only do
A lot of bloodshed
Of fellow being at border
You shot and he is dead
As he is on the opposite side
You count him as your enemy
I shot you and you at me
You see
I instantly died
And you escaped
You retreated
While I marched
You shot me dead
What had I done wrong
Only I was on the other side
Among the many
Of so called enemy
Voice from heaven
Hear man, hear man
What you call glory
By waging wars
By killing men
Destroying assts
Destituting women
History will feel sorry
For you
Wagers of wars
What you did
What you gained
All is loss for humanity
At the end
End of the wars
Shashikant Nishant Sharma

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