Agnes Blondek Holton

(Whiting, New Jersey)

Violence - Poem by Agnes Blondek Holton

A DNA renegade
With blighted control
Cloned at will
Within a weakened soul;
Threading with force
Without a plan;
Destroying fertile minds
Without or within any clean.

Violence: Needing but a thought
To deliver instant death
For any life within its path.


A DNA blight,
Destroying humanity
With uncontrolled might;
For reasons so slight
With a DNA Script
Unable to heal.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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