Ankoku Gekido

(One Day of This Existance / Earth)

Loss of Time


A forgotten time
A forgotten society
A forgotten land
A forgotten people
A time of peace
A time of war
A time of grieving
A time of celebration
A time of loss
A loss of knowledge
A loss of dignity
A loss of loved ones
A loss of sanity
A loss of peace
A beginning of a new time
A beginning of new life
A beginning of new knowledge
A beginning of new peace
A beginning of new war
Its all a cycle
From a new beginning
To loss
To a time of difference
Till it is all forgotten
And a new beginning is forged.

Submitted: Tuesday, October 23, 2007
Edited: Tuesday, April 19, 2011

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  • Sarah Atieno (2/25/2008 7:00:00 AM)

    This is a really good poem. I really identify with it and recommend all those who have experienced violence in their countries to read it. nice work. (Report) Reply

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