Moses Samandar

After Liberation

The girl of hold
Chest of devotion
Love of kindred spirits
Suicidal Vest
Mothers tear of the almighty
The girl cries
She cries like one hundred women at one
Where is the woman?
The girl cannot explode
Where is my anguish?
I am suicidal of devotion
God is one
But I am many
Help me
Don't leave me God
I rise above the sky
The Dome of the Rock seems insignificant
Western Wall of Muslima
Over the Western Wall to Muslima Freedom
As the Jews and Palestinians are one
Help me O'Mighty God
Lo peace
Men are but trembling
Jewish Child lifts a smile
The girl appears
Smiles back
She sees praying
Chanting of Freedom of Justice
Cities of unbelievable purity and peace
All smile at the purity of the suicidal muslima
Come to the one place of justice
Tears of power
The people fight
I am not worthy to kill here
God move me
I rise above the sky
I am a she
Beautiful sparkle of immense - God's will
God commands with the blessed girl
She wants to explore with God in his sights
She can't
The sparkle falls on the explosion on the unblessed Jews and Muslims
At each other's throat
I am not a woman without God
My purity means nothing
O'God you alone are pure
O'God bring me chaos
Bring me peace
Bring my brothers and sisters peace
Jew, Muslim and Christian
She lands
In Palestine
Alive and well
She sees Jew, Muslim and Arabs in one place at peace
Why oh why?
Strange concept?
What o why?
The girl she's God's grace
The peace in our hearts
Not in our minds
We are not evil
We see no evil
Purity is a fiction
God is true

Submitted: Sunday, November 24, 2013
Edited: Monday, November 25, 2013

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