Terrorism - If The Darkness Prevails - Poem by Paul Warren
If the Darkness prevails
And evil tips the scales
How can we live in this world then
Who will stand if justice ends?
In times past it has been easy to know
Good from bad as it would show
Now people will hide in plain sight
And jump out in public ready to fight
Sometimes the fight can seem so grave
When the innocent die by a terrorist knave
And we can tire as the road seems long
But we must persist against the devil's throng.
© Paul Warren Poetry
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