Wesley Mincin

(04/20/92)

Nuclear War


Nuclear Digest

Nuclear War!
A product of man
A tool to deploy
A nod from the Gods
Spires of smoke
Blooming lights
Vanishing lives-
our God-given right
Leveled towns
Cities of dust
A prairie of ash
A shattered crust
A child's laughter,
turned to painful screams!
Their flesh burns off!
This is not just a dream
Green turns grey
Blue turns black
Hatred knocks us,
right off track.
Sinners digest
Consequence
Discipline for
Arrogance

Submitted: Tuesday, July 21, 2009

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