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Why has the world gone so crazy
Wanting to fight everyone maybe
Feeding on friction, unearthing religion
Moronic frustration at the worlds population

A testament to fury at its worse

Integral abuse, racism obtuse 
The people to blame are here in the house
You may not see them, they work with aversion
Simplistic insurrection, always with diversion

No rhyme or reason can tell you the story

The danger aroused, the smell of the proud
The clouded history tainted in shroud
The flippant destruction, the awkward portrayal
The words that mystically lead up a path

Who is the truth

The truth is you and how you feel
It’s what you see with instincts steel
We all know that war is wrong
Yet we are happy to sit along


There is no issue with your hue
There is no quaint to your soul
There is no wand that can replace
The way you treat this solemn place

Forward march

It would be easy to gather pace
If only you would listen with haste
We are the innate populace
We are the ones who lead our leaders

Why do we allow war within our name ?

Copyright © Dougie Sargent | Year Posted 2015


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  1. Date: 1/31/2016 6:38:00 PM

    Dougie, A great pleasure to find and read your poem today. Love -- SKAT --