David Walmo


Different Perspective - Poem by David Walmo

Every day I see uniforms, worn by strange men,
I curse whenever I see, an Isra...alien

Men with beards and Kipot, are trying to create a theocracy,
While from leaders on both sides...more and more hypocrisy

Tanks drive past, making me shudder,
When their planes dropp bombs, its louder than thunder

In Al-Khalil, In Philistina,
The settlers harass my sister, and try to demean her

All the west needs, is a bit of education,
About the brutality of Israeli occupation

Every morning I wake up, and say Modeh Ani,
Why am I praying to the G-d, that lets this be?

Just like me, it would make you pale,
To see what’s going on in Eretz Yisrael

Every day we hear how their school books, are full of anti-Semitism,
Maybe that’s why they hate us, and love terrorism

I hate having to hear, ‘bout the latest rocket attack,
I’m just glad the army are here, watching my back

We’ll defend Israel from terror, with all that we are,
Because Im tirtzu ein, zo agadah

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Poem Edited: Tuesday, December 27, 2011


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