Treasure Island

Isaac Maliya

(4th December / The People's Country! Where People Laugh From Their Hearts!)

The Beauty of War


War
You are a beauty
For roundtable evaders
Always the sole option
Polished erstwhile weaponry
The beauty of war

War
You are a beauty
For lovers of environment
Scorching terrain
From vegetation into scarlet
With ripples of blood
The beauty of war

War
You are a beauty
However long it takes
However deep the destruction
By the bulldozers of death
You succumb to the same adage
The sanity of the roundtable
Thus the beauty of war!

Liverpool, UK
Tuesday,03/02/2009

Submitted: Thursday, February 26, 2009

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