Terence G. Craddock (afterglows echoes of starlight)


Human Disaster Variables?


society suffers
many crisis
cave ins

occurring
resulting
erupting

from inevitable
natural disasters
or our human

ignorant
intolerant
conflict

crisis
acts
of stupity

aggression
inhumanity
apes brutes

rape
imagination
minds

sow disharmony
conquer divide
pacifist pacifist

aggresive nations
seize by military force
take arms control

of land villages
cities peoples
civilizations

force of arms?
defeating people?
winning wars?

to defeat
master race
superior minds...

lusting for peace?
beauty celebrating life?
harmony in nature?

pale pacifist peace protesters?
swiftly timely clubbed into line?
for cause money making wars?

Submitted: Tuesday, February 11, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, February 12, 2014
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Written in February 2014 on the 12.2.2014.
Split image from the poem 'Humanity Seasoned With Salt' by Terence George Craddock.

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