The Earthquake - Poem by Sina Farajzadeh
Shake! Shake! and let all wake
From sleep and rescue for God's sake
The ground moves suddenly
Everything drops uncommonly
The father earth, is dancing
The sons and daughters, are trembling
The earth is so energetic and gay
We are upset and have nothing to say!
The walls break down
The cars crash down
We may die and be releived of pain
And still we try to stand and not to leave our sane.
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