Gary Jacobson


Gary Jacobson: TerrorismTerrorism, a vile affront to all men’s God
Blasphemous in the face of God
A vile act embodied foolishly
Enacted absurdly
Is cowardice personified
From a heart where love has died.

Terrorism, actions boiled in vitriolic hate
Where vestiges of fanatic sanctity berate
Despoiling all humanity
Bitterly scathing insanity
Bearing caustic breath
Carrying the stench of death.

Terrorism, a crime against all humanity
Lies in stark contrast opposition to God’s sanctity
Heinously senseless
Hostilities utterly defenseless
Cankerous disease carcinogenesis
The very precept of peace antithesis.

Terrorism, no answer to realistic aim,
In it perceived wrongs abominate blame
Deceived innately by incarnate evil
Manifest to good men unbelievable
Wields unmitigated wrong
In desecrated harmony this discordant song.

Terrorism, a principle mindlessly cultured
Learned in innocence misguided
Cruel terror striking all civility defiled
Terrorism, an antagonistic contradiction
Breeds in its detestation
Blinding fear to mankind’s soul devastation.

Yet arrogant terrorists gloat impenitent
Of injustice against man and God unrepentant
Reveling in bliss totally ignorant
Celebrating, smiling
In atrocious self satisfaction
Maliciously pleasured by aberration.

Terrorism, spiteful deeds psychologically flawed
From souls eternally damned.
Malevolently by grim evil influenced
A fanatic blow struck against all decency
Cutting with a vicious sword of sins infamy
This sacrilege to morality.

More evidence of man’s inhumanity to man!