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World War 3

On behalf of all living things, through the "World War 3" poem below, here's speaking to you with determination, conviction, strength, and power (of the pen) about humans permanently eliminating the possibility of a nuclear holocaust on Earth.

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WORLD WAR 3

by Edward E. Bruessard


Since time immemorial humans have waged all kinds of wars
as some were for riches and others were for spoils

There have been wars for religions and wars of attrition
and there even have been wars to overcome tyrannical conditions

And then occurred what has come to be known as World War One
which was a war of immense destruction and arsenals of bombs

The next great human war was known as World War Two
it was a war of untold human casualties and the slaughter of troops

And then came along the icy Cold War debates
which were augmented by brinkmanship, posturing, and a nuclear arms race

Humans have designated themselves as being very wise
but how wise is a species on the path of genocide

Hence, now is the time for World War Three
which is a campaign for life and global unity

Yes, the time now has come for World War Three
which is a war of human unity and everlasting peace

No better time than now is it for World War Three
for this world war goes down as one of international prosperity

No, not a single shot was fired during World War Three
for it is a war of global renewal and better humans to be









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Photo Credits (Images from left to right):
  1. Background image of fresh grass with sky from freepik.com (Designed by Asier Romero)
  2. Nuclear bomb denotation (Image by Federal Emergency Management Agency or FEMA and its Emergency Management Institute)
  3. Map of Earth's vegetation areas (by NASA's Suomi NPP satellite)
  4. Nuclear bomb mushroom cloud by U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (by National Library of Medicine (NLM)'s Radiation Emergency Medical Management or REMM)
  5. Flea Market shoppers at White Cloud, Kansas (by U.S. National Archives and photographer Patricia D. Duncan)
  6. Ant beetle (by U.S. Department of Agriculture and photographer Scott Bauer)
  7. Bees with queen (by U.S. Geological Survey and photographer Marisa Lubeck)
  8. Booby bird (by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service or USFWS)
  9. Common buckeye butterfly (by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and photographer Jessica Bolser)
  10. Compass plant (by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service or USFWS)
  11. Fawn (by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and photographer Justin Rogers)
  12. Lizard (by U.S. Department of the Interior and photographer Bob Wick)
  13. Octopus (by National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and photography by NOAA Okeanos's Explorer Program)
  14. School of permit fishes (by National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration or NOAA)
  15. Weasel (by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and photographer Stacy Studebaker)
  16. Woman shopping at the grocery store (by U.S. Department of Agriculture or USDA)


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