Collin Hagan Poems
|2.||A Day To Remember||2/17/2009|
|3.||The Holy Stranger And The Horned Herione||4/26/2009|
|4.||Only A Dream Away||5/3/2009|
|5.||He Moves With Such Grace||11/14/2008|
|6.||Beauty Like None Other||12/23/2008|
|7.||No Time To Chase The Wind||7/2/2009|
|8.||Open Your Eyes||10/10/2009|
|9.||A Game Of Wits||7/21/2012|
|11.||They Came, They Saw, They Killed Us All.||7/2/2009|
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They Came, They Saw, They Killed Us All.
The dawn had come and all was right. They roamed the streets, they prowled the night.They came in cars, and guns they held. Our homes we hid, the house became a cell.
We had no rights, no dignity, no wealth. We hide in the shadows, we clung to our health. Three nights had gone, three mornings passed. We were shunned and beat, forever harassed. They shout, they hit, they throw us aside. They stripped us of possession, our honor, our pride. The sky shined no longer, it reeked of sorrow and sin. The death caps showed hatred with a sinister grin.
Loaded into cattle cars, seventy men ...