This Isn'T True - Poem by Leslie Alexis
The best pieces are those that take their very meaning from the peaces and wars of life.
No, the best pieces are they that through ingenuity, takes from little to make many.
Even so which is best to say:
Or does the accentuation of the event to:
From his eyes, rivers flow from a ruptured soul, do best to say the act?
Which of the two touches the heart.
Then to bring great distress.
Which of the two lines does it best?
The land is dead, and vultures feast
on the carcasses of our loved ones-
for the heavens cease to rain.
Or, limbs and parts of the land
are no longer supported by a heart
and heaven's garbage man hides from sight the trash.
Copyright © 2009 Leslie Alexis
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