An American Ally

An American ally; 
A leader of war crimes 
Liquidating those taken 
To his prison unshaken; 

Forty-five hundred shaken, 
Butchered naked 
For the visions 
He manipulated. 

Stalin, the American ally; 
The leader of war crimes 
Systematically eradicating 
Any who opposed him.

Then, let me ask again, 
Who is the criminal then. 
The ally or the patriot in disguise 
Wrapped in the Military complex shrine?

Either way, 
We’re all going to die; 
One way, fully in your eyes. 
The other, in shameful disguise. 

Be careful of the American land-mine, 
For if you trip you’ll surely die 
While they blame it on the other side, 
Not their criminal ally. 1

1) U.S.- Soviet Alliance, 1941-1945

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An American Ally by K. Saitta
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