Aleppo

How easy
Does,
The harsh of
Summer’s warring sun,
Come
 
How hard it is
For bright stars
To light earths, sight
And nights cool to chill,
Passions fight
 
How anger throws
Furled fiery fists
And into a reckless fight
Do we slip, and drift
 
So said are we
Adults said, are we
With no shame or remorse
The shield of
Innocents, then lost?
Maimed and burned by the hot of
Victorious men
 
No regard for some?
No regard for the dead?
 
Shame you all
Who answer the call!
And cast the stones
That kill and lash children hiding,
In the broken womb,
of their homes
 
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