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Refugees: for Muriel Rukeyser

A rubber dinghy off the coast of Italy cream cheesed two hundred and fifty Syrian refugees 29 men asphyxiated 19 women. No more treats from the table of the dead.   Kamar wonders how to use the toilet standing on one … Continue reading

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For Syrian Refugees

A word sings past a chime of cascading leaves flows outside a slight breeze cousin to the first breath two syllables a holy mantra bathed in cries shuttling life across the bandwidth of the universe Shalom Shalom Shalom  

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