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That's what he said 
In a brief exchange
we had this morning
More than eleven thousand
of them scattered in the city
Commissioned to drive taxi-cabs 
for the rest of their lives
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He speaks with disgust
And intense anger inside
As if he was waiting on orders
to carry out a brutal slaughter
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The holy month  intensify  his rage 
But he held his head down 
uttering strange sounds
hundreds of them with eyes fixed 
on the barren ground.


Copyright © Christine Phillips | Year Posted 2016

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  1. Date: 6/18/2016 10:38:00 PM

    A chilling write! Great work, Christine.

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