Sport 38: Winter 2010
This involved a period of
war, not unlike
the initial period but differing with respect
to the sides who fought, this time
they had no respect and decided
to call each other names starting
and ending with T.
At the time
the ring-leader said 'the error is
—and between the lines—
our ability to justify an end.'
I would like to now solidify
with specific examples, like the arch-enemies
who resisted an invasion of what they saw
as their land, were killed for it
by arch-enemies who saw it
differently. Overall this period
was prosperous and the majority
went about their business, or at least
undertook transactions quietly.