Colin F. Jones
Napoleon cared not, for man or beast.
Macarthur loved himself.
Leaders try, when war has ceased,
To gather lots of wealth.
Who were those men who made the rules
For whom all soldiers died,
Who were but servants classed as fools,
That none can ere divide?
War makes the soldier feel so strong
Yet rends the veteran weak
Despite the fact that war is wrong
Tis war again they seek
So long as man seeks power and pride
Atrocities will wreak.
©Copyright August 19, 2001 by Colin F. Jones