Colin F. Jones


Where there is a leader, there must be war,
For another leader will challenge his place,
The President’s men will fight to restore,
Potential losses that might bring him disgrace.
What does a leader do? Well Sir, he leads.
He serves his ambitions and personal goals,
For one with such power more power greeds
That an unstoppable policy unfolds.
And to serve the man is to serve his God,
And to serve his whims and craves,
Though it takes a million men to plod,
To a million sacrificial graves
Where they all lie deep down in the sod…
As examples of political slaves