Nicholas McDonough

(Green Bay Wisconsin)

Six Six Six Revealed (repeating cycle) (Jul 7th,2004)


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Love brings war
Love breeds hate
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  • Angel of Darkness (10/26/2007 9:37:00 AM)

    I LOVE this poem! ! ! It took me a few times of reading it to understand, but when I DID get I loved it! ! What you write is SO true...


    XOXO,
    Kolee (Report) Reply

  • Mary Keat (8/27/2007 2:35:00 PM)

    I love this poem. It has so much meaning it's so true. This is an awsome poem. (Report) Reply

  • Rhys Landon-lane (3/20/2007 12:38:00 PM)

    The person before me has obviuosly never been in the draft.
    I served in vietnam for 2 years. When you have no idea whos going to kill you out there, you think you hate every one of those charlies. When they finally shoot someone, you realise that you love it that you even made it here. Our idea of peace in the states ended in war over in Vietnam. Every word in that poem is damn true. Good job son.
    Eva J (3/7/2007 12: 33: 00 PM) (Report) Reply

  • Eva J (3/7/2007 12:33:00 PM)

    I love it
    its true..love and hate are the same things...
    life and death equal the same..and so does war and peace.
    clever and IT DOES MAKE SENSE if u read between the lines. (Report) Reply

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