Lawrence S. Pertillar
What's So Difficult About That... - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar
This makes perfectly good sense.
They hate what we stand for...
So to prove their disdain and ill-will,
They are destroying themselves at our expense...
And we are there in between them
Trying to get them to realize that fighting us
Will be of greater benefit to their future?
And no one is understanding this? ? ?
It is very clear to me!
We want them to know our version of peace?
But they are not letting their hatred for us,
Validate this mission in a way that it is acceptable!
What's so difficult about that to grasp?
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