Contest Vote For Three Line Poem--GUNS
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|7 votes||People Are Responsible by michaelcahill|
|6 votes||Contest Entry by aryr|
|5 votes||Pure Picasso by kiwigirl2821|
|3 votes||My gun is bigger than yours! by Bar62|
|3 votes||What gun control? by Blue Hendrix|
|2 votes||Tragic Consequence by judiverse|
|2 votes||Reverence by YNWA|
|2 votes||Second Amendment by HarryT|
|2 votes||Lethal weapon by Ginnygray|
|2 votes||Survival by giraffmang|
|2 votes||When Red Does Not Mean Love! by Mary Hollingsworth|
|2 votes||No Good Reason by Jan26|
|1 Vote||Hunting season by rjuselius|
|1 Vote||Nobody Wins by Steve Cox|
|1 Vote||Danger by Harry Smith|
|1 Vote||No Sheep Allowed by emptypage|
|1 Vote||Weapons for Sale by lyenochka|
Comments For People Are Responsible by michaelcahill
The last line is powerful and telling. Not one of the millions of guns held for protection by sensible citizens protected a single innocent child.
An incredible piece. The third line shocks with its depth and truth.
Comments For Contest Entry by aryr
I agree! If those who have intentions to kill cannot purchase a gun they will use other things, such, as vehicles and bombs. They will find someway to commit their horrible deeds...
When a car kills someone, we know to blame the driver, not outlaw cars.
Comments For Pure Picasso by kiwigirl2821
Chilled me to the bone ... effective, haunting and beautiful. Wonderful writing!
Comments For What gun control? by Blue Hendrix
Good twist on control. That's how it is in the inner city, Chicago, Baltimore, etc.
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