The oversea war


I don’t know to whom I should stand
I don’t know for whom I should cry
those unhealthy and unfamiliar howls
hitting me hard
I should say something, I should do something
but not today
because it’s overwhelming, it feels like I will die
this oversea fight, still I can see
people are lurking under the depth of the crowd
that painless body, hurting chest and teary eyes
I don’t know what to say
I don’t know for whom I should pray
their voices piercing into my skin and
the darkness is letting into my mind
the dreams of heaven are fading, they are running
faith, heart, humanity everything is tearing apart
I don’t know how I should wake up
I don’t know if it’s a dream
the family of the man is hiding and
he is fighting
the misery and fear are loaded in the guns and the angel’s wings
their shoulders are shaking and breaking by the heavy wind
I don’t know how to inhale
I don’t know how to breathe.

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