Francis Duggan


Radovan Karadzic


The Law has caught up with him for his crimes he must pay
Radovan Karadzic has to face his judgement day
For his crimes against Bosnia's Muslims he well may die in jail
His crimes are far too serious for him to be given bail
He knew what he was doing he knows of right from wrong
To a select group of criminals Radovan belong
Just another instance of racism that can lead to serious crimes in war
Where some people take their hatred of others more than a bit too far
Radovan Karadzic a fair trial will receive
Whilst the parents, spouses, children and siblings of Bosnia's murdered for their dead do grieve,
War can lead to terrorism and crimes against humanity and other crimes of hate
And if the Law does not catch up with the war criminals their's will be a Karmic fate
One must applaud those with power over others who practice the gift of ruth
Whilst those like Radovan Karadzic must face their moment of truth.

Submitted: Sunday, August 10, 2008

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