A Necessary War

It was a necessary war . . . Stifled by silence, denied by justice Where oppressors reign, unexpressed pain Perhaps to battle is our nature As lava sometimes needs to rupture Released from a mountain’s tyranny Seeking its own harmony Eventually From valley to horizon, their land becomes a prison Suffocated speech, freedom out of … Continue reading A Necessary War

Vermillion on her Forehead and Others …

Her betrayal no longer hidden He watched her lying still The blood blended perfectly With the vermillion on her forehead So you recognized me at last? Call me whatever your heart desires 99 and more names are mine But I am only one I locked you in My prison without bars You escaped Why am … Continue reading Vermillion on her Forehead and Others …