Unfair Competition - Poem by Cynthia BuhainBaello
Strategic games of war
In repetition becomes clear
The style does not go very far
And the truth will soon appear.
The way for elimination
Of competition is quite plain
Usher a war destruction
Fix duels of nations again?
That is really an old story
And to victims of war unfair-
We are all evidently sorry:
Pentagon, Pentagon, are you there?
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