The War

The air was filled with smoke and the ground shook with each explosion. In the midst of the chaos, politicians and businessmen alike were making deals to profit from the war. The politicians promised weapons, the businessmen provided money, and the poor sacrificed their own children.

As the war raged on, the politicians and businessmen grew richer and more powerful. They made promises to the people, but only to secure their own positions. Meanwhile, the poor continued to suffer, mourning the loss of their loved ones.

But the war eventually came to an end, leaving behind a trail of devastation and despair. The politicians remained in power, the businessmen amassed even more wealth, and the poor were left to search for the graves of their children.

The aftermath of the war was a grim reminder of the cruelty of humanity. Those who had the most to lose, the poor and powerless, had given the most. They had sacrificed their own flesh and blood, while those in positions of power had only gained more. And as the smoke cleared and the dust settled, the truth became clear: the war had only served the interests of a select few.

The people were left to pick up the pieces of their shattered lives, while the politicians and businessmen continued to thrive. The war had brought out the worst in humanity, leaving a stain that would never fully disappear.