Nasra Al Adawi

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We Have Forgotten - Poem by Nasra Al Adawi

Rambling world

All alone to face the storm

A child-left here without home

Our conscious turned into stone

We brought the plight

Then we cry for the misery of a child

Stating that life is unfair and wild

Have we forgotten?

Our hands still smudged with blood

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Poem Submitted: Monday, January 24, 2005



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