wrath of a child

wrath of a child

A Poem by Latifa
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this poem encompass what i believe the children of wars are going through so enjoy it please

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Upon the crumbling walls i stood
Through the deteriorating roofs i looked
I gazed around the shattering windows
I listened to the dreary screams of widows
The life i knew so well slipped from me 
In a sudden moment of utter melancholy
I wandered aimlessly
I cried a piercing shriek that reached the deepest sea
Where are you mother ?
Where have you gone father ?
Why did you abandon me brother ?
The sky sobbed with me
The subtle breeze of the world consoled me
For you have missiles
I have tears
For you have rifles 
I have smiles
I shall clad my self in the cloak of innocence
I shall engulf my heart into convalescence
You conceal your face into disguise
You look at me with cunning eyes
Tittering and laughing on your own lies
For i , i shall rebel my friends
So believe me this is not the end
From the past i depart
From the  sad memories i walk
For i'm ought to carry the flag of liberty
And anchor my name to eternity

© 2013 Latifa


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Your description and imagery, love, is superb! Very, very well written!

Posted 7 Years Ago


The words of Bobby Sands came to me when i read this poem Latifah, "Our revenge shall be the laughter of our children."
I can't say anything more than that.



Posted 7 Years Ago


please review it guys and tell me what you think

Posted 7 Years Ago



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Latifa
Latifa

oran, oran, Algeria



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