Frank E Gibbard Posted May 19, 2009 Share Posted May 19, 2009 The construction may have been precipitately wrought, But solidly put together its many architects had thought; It had been unveiled to the world a controversial sight, A work in human form exposed to probing partial light. Structures of this nature tend to be imperfectly hewed, This one was imbued with a thin veneer of verisimilitude; Not true enough though to stand the molten heat of day, And would like a nebulous mirage simply dissipate away. Hardly another David it was chiseled for shock and awe, Artifice made out of snow was what a world of critics saw; A pipe then a collateral carrot would drop in a telling arc, What price this offensive melted mess called victory in Iraq? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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