Bobby Butterfield

Rookie (Janurary 8,1994 / Glendale Arizona)

Red - Poem by Bobby Butterfield

The sky is red
to much blood has been shed

men march two by two

but in the end
not every thing is so great

Blood-stanned land
Blood-stanned sea's

the only difference
can be your enemy

all has gone bad
happy has been turned to sad

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, March 3, 2009



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