Monday, 23 July 2007

sanctity of life

There’s nought so sacred as human life so easily ended with gun or knife
Or a natural disaster one reads in the news or whatever cause of death you choose
Yet life sometimes can become very cheap when politicions from under their stones do creep
And send young lives across the sea to kill ordinary folks like you or me
They strutt about in parliament distorting the facts to match intent
Using spin and fake dossiers too to justify carnage anything will do
Destroying a career is just fair game and besmirching the BBC’s good name
And driving a loyal servant to suicide because he found it hard to hide
That the dossier was just a sham to get Iraqi oil for uncle sam.

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