AbdiSaber Yusuf

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Your Emperor Discerns. - Poem by AbdiSaber Yusuf

You have drawn your string back,
With a fire you are shooting it,
To a blameless your arrowhead hurts,
With your deliberation – that it cracks,
These barriers cannot be ruined,
Halted populace which stands front you,
They are sensible.
You have sunken your humbug deep in the oceans,
With speed, its spreading cant,
To a defector it is bearing on,
Your emperor discerns the failure,
Even when the crowd stands victorious,
Halted populace which stands front you,
They are awake.
I had seen it all, when in dreaming bigger,
The lost passion, prosperity and peace,
Palestine, it was sparkling,
Every time I go through, their scream disrupted me,
Far even faraway, you had trashed it,
Look behind your footsteps,
You have left no broaden horizons.
The gates of hell are unbolted,
Exchange the fresh from fresh.

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Comments about Your Emperor Discerns. by AbdiSaber Yusuf

  • (5/27/2015 10:10:00 PM)

    It makes me think of exotic places-Palestine and the gates of hell. Bright imagery-'sunken your humbug deep in the oceans'. How much cant and humbug there is around us these days. 'Look behind', like'Pilgrim's Progress', by John Bunyan. 'He looked not behind him'. I just wonder which emperor it is. Michael Walker. (Report) Reply

    Abdisaber Yusuf (6/4/2015 2:16:00 AM)

    Its Americaa! The Current Empire!

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  • Abdisaber Yusuf (5/17/2015 5:15:00 PM)

    Yeah, Thank you THough,

    it means the hell, exchanging the fresh body into hellish one after it has been destructed and decreased by the fire, then so asto the punishment continues another fresh body are to wear to those who disbelieved for judgement.
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  • Gajanan Mishra (5/17/2015 1:52:00 AM)

    exchange the fresh from fresh, good one.. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, March 21, 2015

Poem Edited: Wednesday, October 28, 2015

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