jackrabbit krjs

(12-1-94 / Carlsbad, New Mexico)

War


War is the devils work
War is what makes us hurt
War is what ended his life
War is what makes me cry
War is the quickest way to die
War has become a way of life
War is what makes us hate
War is taking are abillity to think
War is between a race
War is between a country
War is always coming
War is hunting
War is waiting
War is what were always chasing
War is what many are hating
War is the drug we are taking
War is everywhere
War is what makes us sware
War is the clothes we ware
War is what makes us aware
War is what makes us scared
War will always be here
War is what I always fear
War is what causes tears
War is here

Submitted: Thursday, March 26, 2009

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