General

The bloodshed was as barbaric as it was stupid; it was as evil and cruel. There are thoughts that can come with reasons to kill, yet they are the devil's siren. We were born to love, not to become monsters of our own making. Even in our grief we wish for peace, to reach out and heal with the "enemy," to find the ways that love conquers all.

General

The Dragon had been entertained by the madness of men on many an historic occasion, but this would surely top the bill. The spectacle of men driven insane by hatred was a sight to behold, and if it amounted to the destruction of millions of worshippers, so what! When the Final Battle was done and dusted, and the kingdom in his hand once more, those that survived the bloodshed and carnage would soon learn to breed and multiply in numbers again. They always did.

By albee, August 12, 2014.

Found in From Rahab to Revelation.., authored by A.M.Cornford.

General

Horrified, he stared at the blood with fear. He felt his own hands drench with the oozing red liquid as clear as rubies. The rubies floated down his hand a perfidy treasure or a curse. He didn't remember what happened. Did he kill someone? Blood vividly appeared itself in his mind portraying its deadly beauty shades of red. With a start only then he realized the bloodshed was his.

By thomasg, August 20, 2014.