The More Lethal You Are The Less Dangerous You Are Poem by James McLain

The More Lethal You Are The Less Dangerous You Are

The more lethal you are, the less dangerous you seem,
Your silence a whisper, your actions a dream.
In shadows you tread, with a delicate grace,
Your power concealed behind a calm face.

The tempest within, a storm held at bay,
Yet peace in your eyes, keeps chaos away.
A blade in the dark, swift and unseen,
Yet mercy your mantle, a tender sheen.

A paradox lives in your gentle command,
The strength of a lion, the touch of a hand.
Your lethal potential a quiet refrain,
A force held in check, lest havoc remain.

The more lethal you are, the less you must show,
A guardian of peace in the world's ebb and flow.
For power contained is power redefined,
The more lethal you are, the less dangerous the mind.

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James McLain

James McLain

From Tampa Florida And Still Living Near By
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