World is a powderkeg waiting for someone to light the fuse

War of words mean not the same as words of war do they?

To the Editor:

War of words mean not the same as words of war do they?

The entire planet is now cloaked in a danger zone manipulated by so few that can create so much damage it threatens all life on earth.

Every living thing is now crammed into a universal powder keg and it’s  just a matter of time till some bonehead lights the fuse.

The sad part of all – there will be nothing left and nobody to remember  the way it could have been.

The one exception being the creator turned terminator who is now busy planning a new world that doesn’t include man in any shape or form.

Why – even the smiley face looks like it has been sucking on a bunch of lemons.                                                  Ted Azyan,  Olalla

 

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