(a poem against war)
You start in an engine, an engine of destruction
But you don’t really know how to use it like what is this function?
You get to learn the basics and how to shoot and drive
And then you go to war and and hope you don’t die
You see enemy tanks afar
They ride their tanks just like a car
There are other friendly tanks
They got your back you better say thanks
You hit two tanks but they hit with all their might
You hide in the trees and stay out of sight
You thought you were safe but you hear a hit
You try to move but you can’t and you just sit
There’s fire everywhere
and then you realized your training! It taught you how to fix this!, here!, and there!
You yell out we can make it!
All of a sudden PAUSE you realized all this is death and destruction needs a med kit
All this war needs to end but how?
And you’re like this needs to end somehow
And war apparently is always the answer
It always ends up like cancer
But can possibly be healed
If we just yield
And don’t fight
And do whats right