Tag Archives: War

Poetry by Phil Johnson, Guest Contributor

A BRISK WALK A brisk walk Takes me to a wall My hand searches the names For a ribbon of my sanity The cold marble Folds into itself with sorrow The wall aches of innocence It is the texture of … Continue reading

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Militarism and Violence are So Yesterday, by Flowers & Zeese

By Writing for Peace Adviser Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese Last week, in our article titled “Armed Drones Becoming the Norm? At the Crossroads of Robotic Warfare,” we wrote about concerns that robotic warfare combined with the global “war on … Continue reading

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The Children’s War, by Shaindel Beers

The Children’s War: Poems on Children’s Artwork of War by Shaindel Beers From an eight year old Darfurian girl’s drawing The tank, bigger than the hut, fires and all of the colors explode from the hut. Why is this man … Continue reading

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