Treasure Island

erin johnson


War is a baddle
War showes someones strength
War is a time of sadness
War can change your life in a second
War is a time that someone will not forget
War will bring you closer together
War is a time when your scared for your own life
War gives you pride then takes it back
War is a time of panic
War brings you down
War takes away your self confedince
War teaches you a life lesson
War is a time of tradgedy
War is a word that nobody forgets
War changes the way that you will think about life
War is a time of death
War is the time mothers cry the most
War is a time of worry
War dose not bring the best out of nobody
War is a time of lonelyness
War is the time you need friends the most

Submitted: Wednesday, May 28, 2008

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  • Daniel Partlow (8/30/2008 12:20:00 PM)

    War, dealth, and destruction are an affront to the God who created us. But do you know, there is only one religion which teaches 'Love Your Enemy':
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    However, we don't always get the point:
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    That said, let us never forget the proverb: Do not abandon the man being dragged to his death (by a predator) , or your strength will depart. Truly humanitarian efforts should not just be dropped at a political whim. (Report) Reply

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