Poem by baarbaara’s alter ego Dharma

 

Goodbye

or

(Insects live here too)

 

A splash of crimson blood,

A life deleted,

By a gesture of ignorance

A finger crushes a tiny red insect

 upon a grey sandstone wall,

 

“Goodbye dear bloodsucker, what of your family now?”

 

The bloodsucker replies

“My children will live on,

They will forgive your ignorance,

Goodbye dear human.”

 

 

 

Dharma11 2012 28th May

 

 

 

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5 responses to “Poem by baarbaara’s alter ego Dharma

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