Small Hours Ravings of a British Statesman

As I sent many to the Wars
I had a thought that gave me pause
What if the lies that sprang from me
Would cling liked dried, coagulated blood
On other mouths, on other faces
Faces which, if they but could
Would wipe my lies from memory.



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