A Love Song to Americans

It doesn’t matter that the wars are coming
It doesn’t matter that the wars just came
It doesn’t matter that we had our warning
To you all wars are just the same

I thought you really loved me
I thought you really cared
I thought that when the bombs were falling
You’d shelter me when I was scared

But now I know that you’re a liar
I should have trusted my dear heart
You sided with your dirty killers
You walked beside them from the start

It doesn’t matter that the wars are coming
It doesn’t matter that the wars just came
It doesn’t matter that we had our warning
To you all wars are just the same

I guess we’ll have to go and die now
While you go on your merry way
We’ll travel on our final journey
But some day you will have to pay

So thanks for all the kisses that you threw me
I almost caught them on the fly
They seemed so gentle in the twilight
Until I heard them whisper die

It doesn’t matter that the wars are coming
It doesn’t matter that the wars just came
It doesn’t matter that we had our warning
To you all wars are just the same

3 thoughts on “A Love Song to Americans”

    1. Thanks, if that’s a correct response to “mic drop.” Since I don’t know what it means, and I suppose it might be a criticism, I say thanks for a possible criticism also.

  1. A very sad, but well written poem of truth. I admire your soul for telling truth, in this current age of political & military deception. If only our media would speak truth again, to wake up Americans, but there is no profit in truth they say. Bless you dear soul!

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