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Thursday

Utterings unsaid

Untold, yet bold

Uh-oh! An undercurrent strong
That wanders with a wordless wrong
Bids her to shout –
To call one out
And cast aspersions all along.

Unless she aims to join the horde,
To linger idly and ignored,
She can’t abide
And horrors hide,
While evils echo, underscored.

Alas! Her feet refuse to find
Their passage in the path unkind.
She holds her peace,
Rage to release.
Then turns and leaves the brute behind.

c2014 by Linda Ann Nickerson

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Shadow of Past Times
by Margret Hofheinz-Doring
1964
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2 comments:

  1. Excellent!! Visiting you from the A-to-Z Challenge. ~Susan at Haiku Corner

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  2. This poem had a great rhythm to it! :)

    Michelle @ In Media Res

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