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Remembering Fukushima Poem

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Jacob & The Angel
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Pus filled starfish explode on white sands

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Tumorous tormented

Even leviathans of the deep

Toss In the cancerous Fukushima sea

Trash filled knife waves shred infected shores

Through this dark night

We though injured still strive

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Wrestling the angel

Hope slippery in our passionate grip

Still holding fast

Until uncertain dawn and

Scream at barred wings

I will not let you go until you bless me

I will not let you go


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