From my safe distance I wonder

now and forever
what have you done to deserve this?
in whose name can anyone answer?
in whose name can anyone muster?
the might to wipe; tiny smiles; hearts; and tears
In whose eyes can they look counting those tears?

Poem (excerpt) by Nasser Barghouty@ Palestinechronicle.com

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