Syed Anas Hussaini
We Stand Alone - Poem by Syed Anas Hussaini
'We sand against the evil alone within the hell.
Caged in the chains of a lied crimson cell.
I thought that may be we could save ourselves.
From the fire of greedy heath without any help.
Now there is sadness wrapped through our soul.
No matter how hard we try, we couldn't again be whole.
While we were afraid to make a single sound.
We are filled with the dreadful shout of hound.
It took our life in just a glimpse of horror.
Through the darkest woods of the former.
We are the throngs passing through our graves.
While the echoes were loud in the waves.
I looked around and I turned blind to what I see.
To the crypt silence of mitigated screams flee.
Under the Regin of the Fox's we breath.
With the lies we feed to our soul to treat.
There are no knights lurking.
Just some slaves with a king.
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