To Whom This May Concern

To Whom This May Concern short poem

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It’s coded in war games:
Bombs will have the enemies’ names
Etched on them, synonymously
And anonymously;

For worse false or better true
Bombs know neither me nor you
And so have not recourse
To feel pity or remorse;

Bombs with my pseudonym!
I know how naming frees you of blame!
You are worded to discern:
“To whom this may concern!”

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Aloke
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Excellent war poem. Beautiful message. Thank you.

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