Terror And U.S. - Poem by James McLain
Now that they know we will harm them
from stealth and ambush
and as to this their minds, you've made up
as to what we will do that they would do to you,
but can not.
They will start now to prosecute more, mass kidnapings
to test your resolve and not make a deal
and how many nurses and doctors will you give up
as they look through your dead milky eyes.
Landscapted reality shows
and as they saw slowly through, their heads quickly fall off
dressed in our bright colored orange
uncovered knee deep in the sand
we will all know where you stand.
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