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Factory Windows Are Always Broken

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Factory windows are always broken.
Somebody's always throwing bricks,
Somebody's always heaving cinders,
Playing ugly Yahoo tricks.

Factory windows are always broken.
Other windows are let alone.
No one throws through the chapel-window
The bitter, snarling, derisive stone.
Factory windows are always broken.
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Edward Kofi Louis 27 September 2017
Windows! ! Broken. Thanks for sharing this poem with us.
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Kamiel Choi 27 September 2017
This is a strange poem about how revolutionary violence is always directed at the factory and not at the church. Historically this is nonsense of course. The reference to Shakespeare doesn't illuminate much either, the bold cursive of the song announcing its own ending is an interesting find. Who sings the factory window song?
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Anita Aparajita Das 27 September 2017
A different kind of poem, few can really understand. I belong to that kind.
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Kumarmani Mahakul 27 September 2017
Insightful depiction. Beautiful poem.
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Kumarmani Mahakul 27 September 2017
Insightful depiction. aBeautiful poem.
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Bernard F. Asuncion 27 September 2017
Such an interesting write.....
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