Apology - Poem by Ben Sheldon
Packed trains pulled away
our yellow peril--
Kidnapped to far camps,
From world warred U.S. "Don't want to leave home!"
Cried yankee Suki
On mother's shoulder
As yellow rose fell. Lives, livelihoods smashed
By one signature,
Dated: Infamy. She patted her pet:
"All's fine dear! I see
Their great grandchildren
"To our survivors!"
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