Madrason writer

Gold Star - 38,042 Points (24-07-1967 / waalwijk netherlands)

At Lampedusa The Lights Went Down - Poem by Madrason writer

We're guilty
touched the devil's skin
and sinned against
humanity
at Lampedusa
the lights went down
by Medusa
all those who frown
in heartbreak and despair
the water-tide
the dikes of human flesh
the stench is fresh
its turning floods
with corpses
drained from blood
we stained our soul
our whole community
Europe, Eureka we
We're guilty
touched the devil's skin
and sinned against
humanity
so let us show
some dignity! !
***

03-10-2013

Madrason for the victims
now and in the past,
refugees which died
with there lives still on the horizon

Topic(s) of this poem: human nature


Comments about At Lampedusa The Lights Went Down by Madrason writer

  • Sylvia Frances Chan (11/24/2017 12:15:00 AM)

    Absolutely Amazing Writes. Thank you for sharing these most important words about human sifferings in the forced ways, most painful, their shoutings and sufferings now in the words are HEARD and READ. Poets in their poems can do a very lot, MOST. A TEN added with so many PLUSES ]]] 10++++++++++ (Report)Reply

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  • Paul Brookes (4/25/2015 7:50:00 AM)

    Great poem thanks for the good read BB (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, October 3, 2013

Poem Edited: Saturday, June 27, 2015


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