This is a series of 6 - 4 line stories about inhumanity and an attempt to weave them into a central theme.
Osama Bin Laden, What have you done? Death is the legacy you leave.
Geared for a battle that cannot be won. In terror is what you believe.
Once stood two towers of nations worldwide. Now lies a tomb for the dead.
Doomed is your soul for the devil is inside. Innocent blood has been shed.
When two lost souls did conspire, to get revenge on certain ones,
Each in trench coat, opened fire, and rocked the town of Littleton.
An innocence we thought there had been, ended April 99,
Remember the teacher and twelve children, who met their death at Columbine.
Every soldier thinks his mission, justifies the lives he takes,
Kill them all is his decision, as he starts his own earthquake.
If one you love dies, what bad luck, a daycare there, oh what a pity
Lucifer pulled up in his truck, and murdered Oklahoma City.
Lord, have mercy on those chosen, born into the Jewish race,
Innocents by train were motioned, to this concentrated place.
Nazi camps fed Hitler's Holocaust, chambers filled with cyanide,
Germany, see what you've lost, three million of your children died.
Civil unrest stirred emotions, causing all to choose their side,
Honor, death and true devotion, making up their soldier's pride
Into history marched the legions, cries of anguish still are heard,
Lost to mothers, 50,000, on the fields of Gettysburg.
Dropped from the sky on a Monday morning, August 6th, 1945,
Released from Enola without a warning, 200,000 would lose their lives.
Etched on this city a permanent memory, brought by birth of a second sun,
Now, hell has released its fury, "Oh my God! What have we done?"
[This message has been edited by True Reflections (01-09-2002 11:36 AM).]