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An odor has remained among the sugarcane:
a mixture of blood and body, a penetrating
petal that brings nausea.
Between the coconut palms the graves are full
and the sun wields mercy
but like a jet torch carried to high,
and the jets whip across its sight
and rockets leap like toads,
Our beautiful children are dying
In Africa, Europe, the Middle East
Asia, the Americas,
(The First 100 Days)
While the honeymoon
Is still going on,
I sit in one of the dives
On Fifty-second Street
Uncertain and afraid
As the clever hopes expire
Language is a blessing and a curse –
sometimes uniting, sometimes dividing,
sometimes an arrow, sometimes blown blossoms,
Thoughts are thinker's invisible wings.
Anything but thought can be snatched away
Given up or forgotten,
'Cause it's what a thinker lives for
In the rain in the rain in the rain in the rain in Spain.
Does it rain in Spain?
Oh yes my dear on the contrary and there are no bull fights.
In My world,
Poverty shan't exist in our world.
Everybody would be treated with equality,
Yet hard work would always be present.
Men have sinned against women and children, bringing nothing but suffering in wars for power for empires and evil dictators. Despair and sadness in its wake, the laws of God do condemn mankind and the clock is ticking to midnight.
Bards and society
Poets are gentle people who like to form a group for writers
with an eccentric title, "a thousand poets against war."
This is no joke. Some dictators
Want to have a referendum
And then amend the constitution
To incorporate eternal immunity
Fact of life,
Dictators around the world! !
Tract, act, pact!
finding truth is impossible
eye witness accounts
from those truly in the know
Who made governors to be dictators?
Proclaiming what we can or cannot do
Viaexecutive orders our legislatures
Never approved, ever voted for, true.
by Kajal Ahmad, a Kurdish poet
loose translation by Michael R. Burch
Iranian waters read
With new ways and APPs
He called and made contact…
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