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War Came (to Gaza)

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War came / and took the sleep from the bed / took the food from the children’s mouths / took the doctors and the hospitals / and burned them all alive.

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For Gaza Now Swallowed by Storm (A Lament)

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“In the street in Gaza, on a gravestone (made of a wooden board, probably from a damaged closet), they wrote: ‘Unknown martyr, a decaying corpse, wearing training suit and an olive green jacket.’ The world must stop here.”

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Palestinian Poet calls for All People to Take-Up the Pen (for Gaza)

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Mosab Abu Toha, palestinian poet founder of the Edward Said Library in Gaza, has just issued a call for people to rise up and prove that the pen is and will be – mightier than the sword

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