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These People

Raging flags fight in the midst of war they are raised
In the presence of blood to be held
High, to dignities and pride to be kept aside
To days and weeks to be spent in fighting each other?
Just because difference of opinion has occurred?
The world is a mess
People are fighting themselves
The numbers are decreasing, and your life is lessening
Though that, you come here and fight
People, most people are mad
They kill and murder innocent living souls
Slaughtering them to this very day 
Condemning their lands and taking the only thing that matters
Losing their minds, they purse a young child’s heart
Hundreds and hundreds of days they stood,
Defenseless but they did defend
Their country, their beloved home
And predators, oh vicious predators 
In times like this, they deserve to be stopped
Deserve to be ridden from their ability to stand
For how many souls have they ridden the ability to live?
They deserve to be held, fought and punished
These predators, these people deserve to be killed
No difference in opinions have they caused
But a difference of souls they have stolen
To be held and sought the damage that was fallen by their own very hands
Yeah, they’re very hands that God have given not for this
Not to do this
But some people have been given a heart to feel
But those people pressed hardly and locked away their feelings
Those people deserve nothing but Death
Not to die peacefully, to be killed by the same manner
To be given the same harshness
These people should be shown the opposite of  Leniency !

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