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Remembering Fukushima Poem

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Jacob & The Angel
Jacob & The Angel
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Pus filled starfish explode on white sands

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

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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As an artist, poet and story teller, I believe in encouraging children's auditory literacy, and the importance of the arts, and ability to visualize, in intellectual development, I created this story website. (more...)
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