Let There Be War

Let there be war

Because a poem is worth a thousand words

A poem from Novorossiya (Free Ukraine):
As long as you are not touched by the war….
by: Lyudmila Lozovaya
As long as you are not touched by the war,
you will sit and be silent…
As if the soul of the country is not sick,
as if you don’t care.
You walk out, smile to friends and to buy bread around the corner, 
while they were bombing a kindergarten and a temple,
and someone’s parent’s house…

As long as you are not touched by the war, do you believe blank news,
Where lies woven by innocent wine, and odes sung to the authorities…
But this is at our house not threw a projectile attack…
And the fear of a terrible serpent under the skin climbed up, hearing the baby cry.

As long as you are not touched by the war, not appreciate…
Yet…
I don’t know what life price,
because pulse beating at your temple. 
As long as you are not touched by the war,
tell their friends – everyone lives, not seven, and one…
not book their Places in Paradise.
Held at gunpoint soldiers countryman and fraternal lunging string…
But don’t realize it,

until you’ve been touched by war…

Lyudmila Lozovaya

Be careful what you allow to happen in your name. And if you want war, let there be war..
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