Treasure Island

Evan Skora


A Presidential Speech


Hello my people, the day is here,
The day we stop,
Stop having fear.

The world is at peace
The word enemy gone,
All it took
Was Man's dawn.

Through this war
Many fatalities occured,
At the end
Only one sound was heard.

A dove's song
Ringing through the walls,
In and out of the halls.

Take this as a lesson
Take it to account,
To be a leader you must have followers,
Skeletons dont count.

Submitted: Saturday, March 01, 2008
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  • Mary Gordley (3/1/2008 6:58:00 PM)

    Isn't that the truth! Sometimes I fear the only end to war will come hand in hand with the extinction of the species of man. Thanks for a really interesting poem. (Report) Reply

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