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I must learn to proofread!The innocence of those who "play" war is beautiful.
For kids everything is a matter of fun,
Some children are innocent of the reality of war and some exist today in the midst of hell.
What a profound and though-provoking statement you make there, Kathe. Thank you for visiting my blog.
The games kids play... not knowing the possible scary interpretations of them...
I like this concept of shooting flowers with flowers , it must be an exquisite death ....
To kids all are a game to be played and enjoyed. It is ok when the horrors of make-believe war games stay as it is without blood on the ground. The reality of war is sickening though! Nicely Charleen!Hank
I like the direction you took for us to follow! Very creative.
deeply thoughtful -it is a war in the minds of men and nations
Like an eye for an eye, but softer....great response to the prompt Charleen. :-)
Let them enjoy their innocence while they can. Thought provoking.
Very true we lose a lot to war and violence!