Thursday, December 20, 2007


Though everywhere we search in vain
We find their sullen armies crawl,
The wall must fall.
Though cruel citadels rise up,
Grow powerful and tall,
Their walls must fall.
See even solid concrete screams
A wild graffiti call,
This wall must fall.
And every rock and ocean
Ripples with just one call,
The wall must fall.
And while this voice seems still so pitiful and small,
The wall must fall,
When all our voices blend as one,
Welsh lilt, New World drawl,
The wall must fall.
One land, one justice,
Out of the rubble of a broken wall.

CHECK OUT THE LINK TO 'YOUTUBE' with the previous poem and you'll find out where this one came from.

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