joanne redfarn

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The Wall That Divides Us - Poem by joanne redfarn

prisoners in one existence,
barricaded from mankind,
divided by a purpose,
a conscience fails to find.

ignorant prosecution,
from classes in all lands.
we hate you for religion,
we'll never understand.

we are the sheltered hermits,
alone from your calm world,
a wall will always divide us,
and we'll always be too proud.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, July 10, 2005

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