Category Archives: Poetry

An Other Gaza

an other Gaza in chaos one man collects his daughter into a plastic bag oh my god the bag is leaking one kisses a cave was baby boy face just this morning braids unplaiting phosphorous wordless exhaust smoke shock

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No Birds in Palestine

No birds in Palestine not yesterday or the day before no form passing by windows no glass shards catching light

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A Tear for the World

I feel your throbbing pain O World I see your bleeding soul I cringe, I go insane

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Song of the Cicadas

The glass on the table was half empty, Or was it half full? The rain left its Impression on the starlight, as it does.

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Long Live the Mother of Palestine

Long Live the Mother of Palestine One man´s journalist is another man´s propagandist

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O World

O World O human O creation of the Most Merciful O masterpiece of the Most Compassionate, Most Sublime Good Morning

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Sunday’s Coming

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Is Canada Planning to Invade Syria?

Press TV The pro-Israeli government of Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper is making diplomatic and military preparations for military intervention in Syria, leaked documents show.

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Song of a Second April

This is a poem I post every April. There is something about this time of year, despite spring flowers in bloom, that always strikes me as sad, and I think this poem—ever since I first read it many, many years … Continue reading

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Poetry: ‘She Died for Palestine’

She died for Palestine By Darkmoon

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