Trevor Thompson


War Of The Mind


Some wars are fought with guns,
Some wars are fought with tanks,
But the most destructive war of all,
Takes place right where you think,

This war is fought by everyone,
Over any little need,
Sometimes this war can drive a man,
To to takes all things he feeds,

This war is everlasting,
Until the day you die,
If you want to find this war,
Look no further than your mind.

Submitted: Monday, April 20, 2009

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