Crumbling Walls - Poem by Dennis Go
Cries heard from the streets
Praying to gods what fate
Befall those who remain
Alive and full of hate,
Entombed in the crumbling walls
Of pillar structures and gates.
What now after the struggle?
Should life go on as it is?
Dead souls of the living
Grieve all their love ones passing
As desolation awaits
Within these crumbled walls
Of weeping structures and gates.
(In memory of the
Haiti earthquake victims.)
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