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After the War, Poetry by Miriam Beza

 Genre: Family, Love, War Sunday, April 27, 2014 MVB After the war He was six when he arrived- a refugee among the many. At least he had his mother A London grey, wet, full of blasts Like old man’s teeth … Continue reading

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After the War, Poetry by Stone Fox

There was nothing remotely familiar,
I could see no one and every one all at once.
These people were lost, they were all dead.
Salem grew dark-blushing from a freshly spent temptation.
A seduction created from the ideas of rash men,
that was then danced into destiny’s details by the devil. Continue reading

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