Welcome to WeeklyWilson.com, where author/film critic Connie (Corcoran) Wilson avoids totally losing her marbles in semi-retirement by writing about film (see the Chicago Film Festival reviews and SXSW), politics and books----her own books and those of other people. You'll also find her diverging frequently to share humorous (or not-so-humorous) anecdotes and concerns. Try it! You'll like it!

No Man Is An Island

 

 

(With Apologies to John Donne….)

by Connie Corcoran Wilson, M.S.

No country is an island, entire of itself; every country is a piece of the continent, a part of the planet. If a country be totally destroyed by smart bombs, that continent is the less, as well as if a World Trade Center were hit, as well as if a dwelling of thy friends or of thine own were struck; the futile deaths of our servicemen diminishes me, because I am involved in mankind and their deaths were unnecessary in light of the true country of origin of the WTC attacks.

Therefore, world, never send to know on whom the smart bombs fall; Bush willing, they may next fall on thee…..

Copyright 2004 by Connie Corcoran Wilson.  You may reproduce this poem, as long as no part of it is changed and proper attribution is made. Check out Connie’s book of poetry and humor at www.ConnieCorcoranWilson.com. Thank you.

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