#79

June 9, 2011 § Leave a comment

In war, surrender
is the end
the alternative
the loss
the “bombs-and-battles-
have-destroyed-
too-much”
moment

In war, surrender
is the defeat
the white flag
the concession
the “I-guess-I-
really-can’t
do-it”
moment

In war, surrender
is the conclusion
the yield
the last resort
the “no-other-
options-and-I’m
too-tired”
moment

In God, surrender
is none of these things.

In God, surrender.

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