Untitled Poem

These concrete walls like looming towers

Their barbed wires a poisonous kiss on the horizon

Steely thorns upon a rose

See its beauty but you cannot touch

See freedom, but it’s crowned with thorns

The Sun of God, violated once more

A garden drenched in clouds and toxic shadows

From concrete walls like looming towers

Nothing but false powers

Temporary infractions lasting over sixty years

Over sixty years

Dividing, stealing, raping, maiming

But never conquering

A war between the Star and the Sun

But darkness cannot prevail

The walls have begun to crack

The unconquered are awaken by the sound of their own strength

And resilience

These concrete walls will fall

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