Den In The Wind - Poem by Nassy Fesharaki
Den in the wind
Wisely, if able to…
“Do you ever feel guilty…? ”
You killed Isaac and his siblings,
You delivered them, not Sarah.
And I, Abraham, listened to God
Threw the knife.
You, for the sake of pretended innocence
Do you feel guilty for your stupidity?
God tested us and our faith
You failed; I burn.
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