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Another War, always just one more
                 
 
                                         It goes on: the troops advance, the bombs fall,
                                        and finally, the city’s taken.  What then?
 
                                         Our empire’s come too easily; the price paid
                                        far more in their blood than ours.
                                              Our possession's ill-founded,
                                              a bastard born of oil, not mere lust.
 
                                         If lust alone, then its end known
                                               and welcome, we could sleep,
                                               rest in the arms of our beloved,
                                               and fall into the night’s calm.
 
                                         But this is denied us: our fate
                                               is to burn without rest.  Fearful
                                              lest our conquest turn on us,
                                               the orders come down:
                                                                                    
                                         Trust no one who surrenders.
                                               They are sleepers waiting to rise
                                               up first chance and murder us
                                               as we did their parents, wives,
                                               husbands, and children.
 
                                         Oh yes, we will liberate them,
                                               but in our good time, in our
                                              good time, not theirs.  For they
                                              are the losers, and we are the victors.
                                                                                             
                                 
                                         20 March 2003, Vallejo, California

 

 

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