World At War - Poem by Tom Zart
Look at our world and how many must starve
Forced to eat cats, dogs, rats, garbage and more.
The same has transpired throughout man's history
While the masters of death celebrated as before.
All wars on Earth were triggered by egos
Of men that could not submit only rule.
Greed, jealousy, hate, madness and fear
Lead them to abuse and enjoy being cruel.
The harder the conflict we sometimes face
The far more glorious is the victory.
Tyranny like hell is tough to defeat
When it raises its head throughout history.
War never leaves a country as it was
When neutrality is a word disregarded.
As the murderous hands of man himself
Are to blame for all who have departed.
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