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Daisy Pereira


Dagger


Dagger sheaths an anger
suppressed in thousand hearts
curved laws and justifications
fewer commentators
blood washed with blood
proud yet fallen, killed yet not
trampled,
it is a shame in our souls
it is a dagger in our hearts
living eternally...
avenging a courageous girl
killed only to be triumphant
forever in our hearts..

Submitted: Saturday, November 01, 2014

Topic(s): death of a friend


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it is about Reihan Jabbaria

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  • Gold Star - 13,283 Points John Westlake (11/7/2014 10:49:00 AM)

    A poem about huge injustice that I agree with. Hopefully those who were in the wrong will be rightfully punished, even though she can't be brought back. Nicely done (Report) Reply

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