Long ago the gift of butchery was granted, and people gleefully took up the standard. Experience led to greater slaughter, spreading hence, twisted corpses, demons dance. The weak, pitiful sheep lie terrorized from the fury of the onslaught. Slayed are their dreams of a life where love rules. In our sin lies our power, the … Continue reading We Can’t Stop
Why is it that those who did the least in the Armed Forces are the most vocal about the "achievements" they did? How many engagements were you forced to endure? None? Never even deployed I am sure. Yet, you are so full of yourself, proud as a peacock, little puff. Why don't you sit down, … Continue reading Loud Mouth Posers
Long ago the gift of butchery Was granted, and people gleefully Took up the standard, experience Led to greater slaughter, spreading hence, Twisted corpses, demons dance. The weak, pitiful sheep lie terrorized From the fury of the onslaught, slayed Are their dreams of a life where love rules. In our sin lies our power, the … Continue reading We Can’t Stop
The world groans In its agony. For decadence Pollutes its people. Darkness enriches itself As light is snuffed out, Everywhere retreating, Disappearing. The art of butchery Is highly honed As war spreads Its tendrils Across the globe. Terrorizing the weak, Emboldening the strong. Suffering has become The norm which Life is based upon. ©2018 If … Continue reading The World Suffers
An excerpt from my book POEMS: AN EXPLORATION OF LIFE from page 22. Available on Amazon in paperback and Kindle.