Nate Snowball

Rookie (May 22,1987 / West Valley City, Utah)

War and Peace


War is Peace
Peace is War

War unites against
One common enemy
Peace tears apart
A dream-like society

The fear during War
Gives control to the government
The calmness of Peace
Lets your guard down with sentiment

War causes death
Physically, Statistically

Peace ends life
Emotionally, Personally

War is Peace
Peace is War

Submitted: Sunday, November 12, 2006
Edited: Friday, April 08, 2011

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  • Rookie Jeyaganesan.c Jeyaganesan.c (2/11/2010 2:37:00 AM)

    War is Peace and Peace is war. Most of those are equal because If you see the Empirors war. There peace mark that is piegon or dove used by mail. So peace is war, War is a peace. One basic different if you are war place you should do war, if you are in temple or any silent place there you must use peace. So pls most whatever you are like Don't stop anything your's like. Thank you! ! ! (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Nate Snowball (7/11/2009 7:08:00 PM)

    Poetry isn't about rhyming. If you can't appreciate that, then don't comment (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Mansi Gupta (1/30/2008 3:03:00 AM)

    nothing rhyming i am mansi gupta i want a poem on warrrrrr (Report) Reply

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