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Conveying hate for the ways of the world Jesse Allen a 17 year old from Canada writes a poem called Feelings of Untold Conscience This poem is a descriptive narrative of what the world is turning into today The first four lines speak of the how hate is leading to death and the corruption of mankind Also how death leads to hate Blood of the dying is spilling everywhere and it can not be stopped The hurt feelings of the loved ones can not be taken away or calmed The people want revenge for their loved ones and the only way to find it is through the blood of those who hurt them I agree with the author that by trying to conform to nonconformity our world is self-destructing We need to take a stand and bring our world back to love Next the author describes the toll of corruption is talking on nature The trees and other plant life are dying We no longer will be able to live without trees for oxygen He also raves about the turmoil man brings with his chemicals he uses They are infecting people and again death shines its dark light in our face I again agree with the writer because most have lost respect for nature They rely on it so much they assume that trees and such will remain for eternity No one realizes that once trees are gone so is oxygen and therefore so is life Allen believes there is a war going on for control It leaves the world in agony and full of uncertainties Man wants the ultimate power and is fueled by patriotic feelings The man gets control with a gun at his side and he shoots someone and sends them to their eternity Control is something that too many humans want today It has proven to lead to destruction many times for example Adolph Hitler Mussolini Pharoh and
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