Blog From Ai Weiwei - Poem by Roy Lee
Looked at the blog from Ai Weiwei
Go elsewhere the censors say.
Twelve days past the first of May,
Where now do the children lay?
Those that died that dreadful day
The tofu crumbling as they play.
Five autumns now the mothers pray
For bodies buried under Sichuan clay.
Suffer the mothers who daily pay
Tears torn in silent stoic display.
'So sorry' there's no right to disobey.
No rights for a dissident to portray
Wrongs or crimes of authority's decay
Unseen the blogger's censored dossier.
Poet's Notes about The Poem
For futher references and more about Ai Weiwei and his art see http: //rhymingroylee.blogspot.com
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