Naseer Ahmed Nasir
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Internally Displaced Persons (Idps)

Rating: 4.8
They leave their homes
Unwillingly forced
And follow their fate
Through fields and trails
Massifs and woods
With all their goods
Love and hate
Mores and tales
All in bales
Carrying their own
Flesh and bones
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Sandra Feldman 06 January 2021
And We, in the smug comfort of our warm, , well fed homes, dare complain! Shame on us. Everyone should read this masterpiece
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Sandra Feldman 06 January 2021
How very true! All their suffering is in this marvelous yet very sad poem.
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Alison Jones Agins 28 September 2019
Anywhere, Everywhere. The " safe" places are becoming scarce and rare. Wonderful poem. The words are soul driven and truly penetrate my soul.
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Roz chalk 09 May 2019
Dreams lost in water is most beautiful. How appropriate for todays tragedies.
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Goodnews Eruemuare 28 April 2018
I like the rhetorical questions raised.
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Shakil Ahmed 16 March 2018
Nice poem good use of similes and metaphors.
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Tom Allport 28 February 2017
a very enlightening poem of the plight that is happening right now to innocent people in various places around the world.
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Bisy Untan 29 October 2016
Strong expression, heart felt. Makes us think about the need for the hour.
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Dedan Onyango 23 July 2015
The saddest thing is that in my country we still have idps, our own self creation.
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Bharati Nayak 20 June 2015
So thoughtful and heart touching poem about the sufferings of the people who become refugee in their own place.They are the victims of bullets both from the extremists and the security agencies for no fault of theirs.Congrats for such great write.
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