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Nothingness of War

An abecedarian

By Natasha CollazoPublished 3 months ago Updated 2 months ago 1 min read
Nothingness of War
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An inverse abecedarian


Animosity regarding a topic

barricades the openness of the mind.

controversy polluting our sight,

drowning the opinions of others because

earth hung on nothing, by nothing,

forsaking science; because it was always science vs


Hell raising on the earth

insulting each others intelligence, that’s the heart of man.

jealousy capacitating the exquisite design

killing off the inner sober mind

levitating adversity from the shrines of

men. The only thing evolving is the

never-ending cycle of various catastrophes of

outraged earth that creates war because of our flawed autonomy.

perhaps, this makes the most sense to me.

Quaking the souls between humanity, slandering;

race, politics and religion through bloodshed, and blood

stains on the bitter hearts of empty hollow-beings. As they worship their

talismans, passing on guns to the

upheaval of our children. Forfeit your pride and spot the

value in your veins. If you are science, you are a canvas of nothing to paint.

Wildebeests worship! Upon the dry

xeric pasture, needing nothing;

yearlong craters over the landscape drizzle a

zillion stars in a blank sky of nothingness; ironic, how war strikes out of everything, yet nothing.

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About the Creator

Natasha Collazo

Werewolf Writer

I get inspired at the mid of night

Stock market by day, howler by night.


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Instagram: @sunnycollazo

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  • Cathy holmes2 months ago

    That was powerful, and very well done.

  • Anna 3 months ago

    Well done! Keep up the good work!

  • At its best, science is an attempt to better understand the mind & will of God. At its worst, it becomes strategies to gain advantage & power over others. As for insulting my intelligence, I fear there is no need as most things I utter do a good enough job of it all on their own.

  • This was deeper than the deepest depths of the ocean! Every single line was so freaking powerful! You blew my mind with this! 🤯🤯🤯🤯🤯

  • Shirley Belk3 months ago

    Profound writing!!!

  • sleepy drafts3 months ago

    Wow! This is very powerful and incredibly well done. 💗

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  • Merrie Sanders3 months ago

    This is so beautifully evocative and well-written. What a heartbreaking poem.

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