Treasure Island

Liam ó Comáin


The Wake Of Bloody Sunday


No
Dogs bark
Nor people
Smile

Broken hearts
And silence
For the dead

A city sobs
A nation
Weeps

Because of a peoples loss

Submitted: Monday, November 10, 2008

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