Tom Zart


BOSTON BOMBING & SEPTEMBER 11th!


Death, violence and hate are to educate our souls
As love, faith and hope give us fulfillment to our goals.
Fear is the Devil’s most favorite tool of demise
Where our trust in Jesus makes us grateful and wise.

Time teaches all what we never learn in school
Our actions before others prove we’re loving or cruel
Godliness delivers us from our sins and self-greed
As Jesus and Devil both broadcast their seed.

The bombing of Boston was sadistic, evil and sad
While somewhere Satan’s soldiers are joyful and glad.
America and all who live here are blessed by heaven
As we who cry remember September eleven.

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Submitted: Wednesday, April 17, 2013
Edited: Thursday, October 03, 2013
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