Edith Sodergran (1892-1923 / Finland)
The Armored Train
Fifty coaches of hopes I loaded up for your America.
They came back empty...
Now I’m sending an armored train with stonehard masks in the threatening portholes:
thousands of packed coaches are coming home.
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