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At night I toss and turn watching my minds replay of people jumping out of theWTC a hundred stories up I hold back tears at every US flag flying athalf-mast at every sign of solidarity I struggle to talk to smile to hopeIm explosive My fury is the rumbling building my heart pumps jet fuel Mymind burns and tears at the walls of reality and my world crumbles All that isleft is a bent and smoldering fury and not a soul upon which to direct itWar Our flag waves war Red war White war Blue war I see war inour faces I hear war in our voices It parades down streets it titles ourresolve New War I have heard citizens call for war my father demand war mycountry declare war My humanity screams war And then falters without a guiltypeople without a guilty country without a guilty religion upon which to wageitYet I struggle to find an enemy we all struggle to find an enemy torise against and crumble I want to destroy their cause their existence I wantto rage But I am left unaided to commune with my country the world --humanity We weep amidst rubble and smoke death and fear We weep at thetragedy we weep without justiceDo we strike Bomb Afghanistan bomb the Taliban bomb countries thatmay have transgressed against us There is our war Do we not have the greatestpower in the world Our might is legendary Our power beyond challenge Whyshould we entertain repose even for a moment Let us strike first and thenconsiderWhy find the Terrorist who wielded destruction on America Are they allnot to blame Why wait We know who they are we know where they are So let usbring the mighty hand of America upon their doubtful heads and shatter them intoa thousand pieces like so much sand in the windBut is that not what we should fear From one hateful group we spawn athousand In one
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