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Saturday, April 11, 2009

Ants

hush now and be still
listen to the hustling ants
leaves, kernel, grains
busy lugging and hauling
beams, planks and mortar
to rebuild a squashed community
flattened by hobnailed boots
not once but over and over
but man will tire of his malice
and the hill will be built
a testimony to the ants'
indomitable instinct
Eddie Roa
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wow u speak of it so finely and creatively =)
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