Aside

Wailing ‘neath the moon, find the wolves, find the heat

of cities crumbling, licked by flames.

Men throw words, throw panic and fear, in the street

pile high the dead, who weep, and sleep

and keep silent the names

of those

who knew.

Spontaneous Poetry

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