David D. Haines, Ph.D. is an immunologist and molecular cell biologist who has traveled the world. He is a U.S. Army veteran of Operation Desert Storm as a chemical weapons officer during the Kuwait War. He has lived in tunnels in Manhattan, traveled across Siberia on a train, and walked in polar bear territory in Norway. Whatever danger and unconventional situation comes his way, David faces it and tells the tale with great imagery.
This short poem describes the environmental and emotional cost of the foolishness of deploying nuclear weapons.
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Fingers of the Beast based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
This poem graphically and succinctly sums up the disturbing effects of the horrific decision to unleash nuclear weapons...all at once. It couldn't have been said better than it has been by this author.