Theme: Life


After the bombing, dead children everywhere
like a doll factory had exploded, strewn limbs 
warm spaghetti on the parade of inhumanity.

From Joan Rivers to Kissinger, a chorus as old as
humanity sought heaven, “We don't care you
brought it on yourself by defying us.”
Down a sand dune, a decapitated head rolled,
the bloodied head of innocence and a chorus of
young men in black with scarves hiding their faces;
“It is your fault you brought it on yourself, and we
do not care and we will never die.”
White cumulous clouds on a blue sky see it all and
will say when asked, does humanity deserve to exist?
Shivering we wait for the answer we know will be
what we deserve to hear.


More By  :  Jan Oscar Hansen

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