Frank James Ryan
Cause And Effect - Poem by Frank James Ryan
T'was the night of the storm;
Two nations stood silent;
To it's imminent effect.
Lightning and thunder,
Frazzle clear mid-east skies;
From a desert storm.
On a hot winters night,
Ensconced in a bunker; safe from the storm;
Sits the cause .... dining on fresh humble pie.
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