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End of War



Is this the end of the war?
Can we have worldwide peace restored?
All people can unite into one.
We can fix what has become undone.

Bring the boys back home again.
Harmony is possible to comprehend.
Put an end to all this despicable fighting.
It's time to end the apprehensive hiding.

Let's get together and talk things through.
Think of an alternate solution; something new.
We can end this; no more bloodshed.
This has to end or we'll all end up dead.

There's no need to kill one another.
We need to come together and love each other.
Let's get together and contemplate of tomorrow.
There is no need to feel all this sorrow.

Is this the end of the war?
Can we have worldwide peace restored?
All people can unite into one.
We can fix what has become undone.
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Submitted on May 02, 2011

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I am an artist. I draw and paint mostly pop art related to musicians, and I play instruments including piano, harmonica, and I sing. I write my own songs sometimes, and when I add lyrics to the tune, that is my form of poetry. I love to write creative pieces. My musical side is a strong part of my soul, and this year, (09-10) I am going to perform in Disney World for 1 week with my school. I am currently a sophomore living in Wisconsin. I am very creative and fun.My main style in poetry is loss, love and most of all, addiction. I write about my personal experiences, including drug addictions. I write about thoughts that went through my mind during the difficult times of my addictions so hopefully people will read my work and realize the pain and suffering I caused and went through. Hopefully they won't go through what I went through. more…

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