October 1, 2007
By Laura Lussier, Brigham, ZZ

Threats flying everywhere,
Hatred and dislike rapidly filling the air.
Why do people want to kill each other?
Violence over friendship, something they rather.

A misspoken word can sometimes hurt,
Leading to faces covered with blood and dirt.
To detest another living being,
And vengeance is the only possibility worth seeing.

To pick an unjustified fight,
To believe that only what you say is right.
No point to all that hatred in our existence,
We need a little more faith, a little resistance.

I know their have always been wars,
The oceans of blood rippling on the shores.
But what if it could all just fade away,
And we could live with our loved ones, as we all turn to grey.

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