I Warn You - Poem by Nassy Fesharaki
I warn you
Alike the dandelion is the thought of poet
wandering; filled of love; care, message
always soft like dreams; but…unless
represents the justice; that angers
then it turns tornado, volcano
and uproots, destroys.
I am poet and warn you:
“Don’t play with my tail…”
I can turn to storm and some gale
as is seen, in Ridge’s short poem.
of my dust shaking off
and washing painful hands
Deep inside your valley.
I start, pick speed
on seeing the hunger
droning my anger
though hidden, and remote
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