Dan Jones

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Brave New World - Poem by Dan Jones

Gone are the days when gentlemen would fight with sword or gun,
For honour or some quarrel beneath the rising sun,
but now in this brave new world the gentlemen do not fight,
Where love and peace, so they claim, is all thats in sight,
So tell that to our men abroad off fighting America's war,
All because theyre obsessed with settling a petty score,
A score started by America who wont rest until they win,
A pointless score and senseless war for some none-existant sin,
And in this brave new world there are no gentlemen,
Only cowards who hide behind our armies time after time and again,
Where did the days go when two men could fight beneath the sun,
And arguments passed quickly by without involving everyone?

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, July 22, 2007

Poem Edited: Tuesday, March 22, 2011

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