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Despairing Angels « Poem by Richard Falk

Despairing Angels Carnalized in our time Wingless floating floating Serenading cities aflame far below Lyrics of death descending Shrill with despair Not not the sweet Tiepolo angels Now now a lost imagining: the sweetest among angels are being tutored to die While wingless beings graceless and grotesque float above our menaced planet Despairing Angels «.

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The best I can… | Poem by Angel Falasteen

by Angel Falasteen on Tuesday, December 7, 2010   The Best I Can…   You can turn and walk away, you can leave your dreams standing, You look sad and tired and lonely down and beat and feeling weak;   Yet all that sorrow never pleaded me come and talk to me… easy now, easy. […]

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Baby Martyr – A Poem By Angel Falasteen

by Angel Falasteen on Monday, November 1, 2010 I”m six and seven And up to eleven, Then I’m an adult In an Israeli court My hands tied in the back of my back He comes to me with a punch and a sack. He covers my head with a hood of Zionist stench Though my […]

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I speak of Palestine…

by Angel Falasteen on Friday, October 29, 2010       I speak of Palestine I speak of your insistence on believing what you’re told to be so blind: you must have learned what not to know to be so cold that you can say “These people do belong inside this tomb.” They cannot move […]

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