Nassy Fesharaki

Veteran Poet - 3,816 Points (Dec 29 / Iran)

I don't care

I don't care

It was hard
Very hard to de-carve
But was must

Had to kill; shed blood
Vampire; and then suck
If saw corpse, threw out

Now in calm
Like many
I don't care

I left it as does night
Leaving sun
No more I sympathize
I don't care
Who is sick?
Who is poor?
Needing cane; Disabled
Or an arm, a smile
Maybe food or a cave
I don't care
I am Bush; Reagan's mind
I am king
An Arab in desert
Dictator; I have oil

I have killed sympathy
Died Mammoths, Dinosaurs and Bison
Condors went; so did whales
Nature changed to trash
Why not man?
Let us die; I don't care
Let us all go to hell
I don't care.

Submitted: Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Topic of this poem: sympathy


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