by Tim Chiu
Our heroes wonder if the longest war was a good cause - a poem.
|A gushing too radical
And perplexing -
A moment which triggers,
With a ribbon and a warring
Of a cherished seeking…
The primary focus may now revoke
Then a push shall ostensibly ensue
To manage the gamely task…
Forever shall we score a positive peace,
Being the foe’s carefully chosen friend;
A cause from the other side
Of the lazy, crazy, idiot fence.
A view far too forgiving
For a soul’s relevance and desire.
Such is just a warranted change
Of protected status -
A calculated coding
Due to past, mighty efforts -
The reprisal of villainy
Bears that gruesome cost -
The service men and women
Utilized tremendous strength, common decency,
And laborious sweat and vision -
And wrote the most significant chapters
Of a global condemnation
And concerning tide.