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Bastille Day, French Revolution

After a costly foreign war,
Injustices angered the poor,
The king didn't much seem to care,
So calls to rebel filled the air,
Once passions had begun to stir,
Blood spilt so power could transfer,
The status quo began to fear,
Whilst the left felt their day was near,
Fuelled by an unfaltering will,
Revolution dawned closer still,

Brave souls stormed and took the Bastille,
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Allemagne Roßmann 05 October 2012

Revolutionary poem in all parameters..i hope the French would be liking more should you have delivered it in French.But it is equally a good read as it would be in French.I appreciate

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