Inevitable - Poem by Herbert Nehrlich
The joint chiefs had
in their undoubted wisdom
declared that war was
well...imminent, and now.
Soon after the announcement
the birds went silent
and all the flowers drooped
and sun and moon were seen
eloping, beyond the last horizon.
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