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this, that is not my voice

but the memory of Treblinka

and Auschwitz, a torture chamber

in Baghdad and their mass graves.

The democide of Mao and Lenin,

Hiroshima and Nagasaki in a cloudy day,

a Chilean stadium under Pinochet,

a fall day in a Russian Schoolthe

middleast, the hunger, the exploitation,

the merchants of death and

the landmines "

This mad voice will be loud

not to be accused of omission sin,

things you don't talk if your

nice, and civilized.

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Corporate sell out at day writes poetry at night to avoid nightmares. Because what I do and where I come from does not defines who I am, and unable to produce the credentials that will impress the non believers. Have lived many lives in a lifetime. (more...)
 

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Thanks.... by Don Caldarazzo on Monday, Dec 10, 2012 at 4:38:43 PM