Untitled The year's at the same thing Conflicts over borders; Mortar shells kill seven; Warships clash off-shore; Missiles launch from wing; Washington supporters; Generals are in heaven All's wrong with war!
K. Ingalls' Questions:
1) Did "Washington supporters" throw you? Or did you know that I meant Washington politicians?
2) Did "Generals are in heaven" say to you that life is grand for the Generals?
3) Did you know that the verse is a parody of Robert Browning's "The Year's at the Spring"?
4) Is this a form-rendering parody or sense-rendering parody?
3) How clear is my message of what the year also brings?