When All The Flags Fall - Poem by Curtis Mosby
War become's essential for peace is an under statement.
Between money and resources thier abundant of it needed.
So the question is who wants it more, and I answer my own question
by saying everyone.
Remeber blood is thicker than water and money is thicker than blood.
The people are not a concern on the goverment mind in every
Power is the word honor is forgotten and buried deep beneath
How do you prepare will it is what it is.
The hardship of pain struggle to die but give it sometime and it will
We are all watching the world destroy itself to the point where
nothing will even live.
I can see bodie's as dust that was once us close your eye's to this
Violence is a constant word along with dieing.
No need to keep crying war will never stall.
As life itself burns away when all the flags fall.
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