I see little difference between Hitler and Moses.
Both thought their wills to be god’s choices.
Both sought to give and take life and death.
Both thought their voices to be god’s breathe.
Both attracted substantial factions,
Using blood and brutality’s immortal attractions.
Intoxicated by all-too-similar dreams,
They spilled innocent blood with which the world still teems.
Moses would surely have enjoyed,
And, indeed, probably have employed,
The efficiency of Hitler’s gas chambers,
Which would’ve greatly aided his soldiers’ labors.
I would have killed Hitler with my own hands,
And so would I those who kill for promised lands.
My ears ring with the quiet crash and dins,
Of the currently impotent Beth-Dins,
Because I am a Jew,
Or at least my mother was one,
Would kill me for thousands of ‘sins’,
Of which I regret none.
For now they are weak,
But they ever do seek
Ways to recapture
Their pathways to rapture,
And their competitors’ obliteration.
Night and day,
They beg and pray,
For their god to yield,
And let ’em this power wield.
This to me is well known,
Because I was bred to be their soldier,
But they are certainly not alone,
On this my life I’d wager.
The earth is teeming with such active monstrosities,
Of all races, colors, and nationalities.
All currently held in check,
Because the H-bomb demands respect.
But this danger is far from gone,
And it won’t be long before another will don,
This crown of mad and violent frenzy,
Ready to obliterate a nation,
To earn another’s envy.
Let America slip or blink,
And the world will instantly sink,
Back into the bloody cycles,
Which blind faith endlessly recycles.
So let god (perhaps suicidally) bless America.