Sherman L. Fowler

(Cahokia, IL, USA)

The News: Invisible Men - Poem by Sherman L. Fowler

The news would have
given me the blues,
had I not been there
standing tall with a
Had I not witnessed the
multitudes draped in trees,
dangling on light posts,
sitting on statues;
and lying upon the ground

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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