The Value of War

Daniel Kemp

The Value Of War

War puts no value on a conscience.
But in war everyone has a price.
Truth is the first cost of war
Conscience travels beside those who think they’re right.
People who are right die. Those that are wrong die. Value counts both.
Conscience comes cheap when used to spread a lie.
Lies are the ammunition that spread dissent
There is no value that war cannot represent.

© 2020, Daniel Kemp All rights reserved.

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