AbdiSaber Yusuf

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The Cross Crowd. - Poem by AbdiSaber Yusuf

They bent to the wrong, for terrorist,
One of those strange, lines to quit,
Took the rights of me, without existence,
How much water could drain to the serene?
I can see the siege of my world,
The bombardment powder breaks my forehead,
Our land in shapes is to decease,
Can it hurts when artillery escapes to the gate,
And left the ammunition around the dead?
The day is to come when the barriers fall again, without guidance,
When the night have veiled and Charlie has dared,
The sun was sunken,
Deep into the sky it was engraved,
What power or wave or cannon?
The blood that pours from the south,
Your power have no effect on it, wrath,
I can see the mountains crawling toward you,
Just to fill and close on you,
I can see the screaming, violent winds from Mont Blanc,
Just to impose on you and leave no Semitic,
O you who cursed Muhammad,
From where the cross dominated,
You will gain spears and flying Francisco,
In the midst of crowds, pointing each one’s Head,
And very soon your soul will reach the sweltering underworld.

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

Since the beginning of the last century, the world have dramatically changed into one way.
The biggest concern became the Islamic religion and Muslims around the world.
All the other religions in the world are demonizing only ISLAM and allied against Muslims.
So this war have many Faces and we are really victims of that war.
I made this poem to respond Charlie Hebdo and be a Message to USA, EUROPE AND ISRAEL for their blindness fighting, against Muslim population.

Comments about The Cross Crowd. by AbdiSaber Yusuf

  • (10/19/2016 8:48:00 PM)

    The Cross Crowd.
    A very political, pro-Islam poem, quite polemical, but also convincing.
    vivid images light up this poem. Michael Walker.
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  • Rahman Henry (9/14/2015 1:14:00 AM)

    An essential job has been done in a poem. Lovely one. May the poem 'be a Message to USA, EUROPE AND ISRAEL for their blindness fighting, against Muslim population.'' (Report) Reply

  • (5/27/2015 9:16:00 PM)

    Strong thoughts about religious prejudice, and attitudes towards Islam. I like the mention of Mont Blanc, which I have seen from a distance, and there are gusting winds there, which you use to symbolise violence. Mike Walker. (Report) Reply

  • Kelly Kurt (3/21/2015 1:35:00 PM)

    Your poem bespeaks the anger and frustration you feel. Just remember people are the same everywhere. Wanting peace and having no true animosity. It is the governments of their countries that give their citizens a bad name. I wish you peace. (Report) Reply

    Abdisaber Yusuf (5/3/2015 5:36:00 AM)

    But the people choose the governments! !
    if you want to react, you can and if not then you're criminal too! !

    Abdisaber Yusuf (5/3/2015 5:34:00 AM)

    But the people can react cause its all about DEMOCRACY! !

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, March 21, 2015

Poem Edited: Wednesday, October 28, 2015

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