Unregimented

Prompt: free

 

Bombs would fall
You knew that.
Oil. Hello….
Pariah head in the 80s
nowadays as Green Bookish.
The arsenal in Tripoli
or those launching from the Mediterranean Sea
are no match to what you can let loose.
the unregimented legacy of  Zeus.
Positive nerve, will, tuition
Free them all to fruition.

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8 Responses to Unregimented

  1. Old Egg says:

    The horror of civil war can barely be visualised in our cosy western homes. Now with the world so small we eat that dirt too and feel the hurt that will end in tears.

  2. Cynthia says:

    It’s all a bit unnerving isn’t it? Love your economic use of words.

  3. WarmSunshine says:

    War is a terrible, terrible thing. Unfortunately we live in such dangerous times. That’s an awesome write up! Dropping by from SS 🙂

    Happy Monday!

  4. Jae Rose says:

    Yes, the sparsity of your words made this piece all the more hard-hitting..a great comment on the world at present..Jae

  5. Kim Nelson says:

    You took a completely original path with this prompt. Thought-provoking to say the least.
    Here’s my FREE piece:
    http://www.kimnelsonwrites.com/2011/01/31/you-me-and-fibonacci/

  6. Meryl Jaffe says:

    I love how with only a few perfectly selected words, you not only share your message, you bring us all into it as well, telling us right away “You (we) Knew that…”

    Great post.
    Meryl
    http://departingthetext.blogspot.com

  7. Jingle says:

    love this, very powerful..
    🙂

  8. Lilibeth says:

    Creative and original. The first line pulls me in.
    Bombs would fall…

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