On a Day When 100,000 People Had Died, A Black Man was Murdered in Minneapolis, and War Continued to Rage   1 comment

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by Thomas Davis

In Syria babies are starving
even as vultures circle in the sky
looking at extended bellies
that are empty.
As helicopters thunder overhead
bombs explode, and who wins?
The vultures? Those doing the bombing?
The starving child? The starving child’s parents
who revolted for what they thought
was a chance for a better life?
The virus obliterating
the wisdom people once thought
elders had?

Insects are dying out all over the world.
Is this humankind’s wisdom?
Was Kafka right? Are we all insects after all?

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Posted May 30, 2020 by kenneturner in Information

One response to “On a Day When 100,000 People Had Died, A Black Man was Murdered in Minneapolis, and War Continued to Rage

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  1. so devastating

    Liked by 2 people

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