Aleppo’s sixty-six words by Andrew C Brown — To Koskino

Posted: August 21, 2016 by vequinox in Literature

Originally posted on I am not a silent poet: I sit in an ambulance shaken, uncertain. Strangers tell me I am safe now. I wipe warm blood from my brow but cold images remain. Panic all around me. People scream. I hear crying. I sense fear. There is shouting. Anger. I sit quiet. More children…

via Aleppo’s sixty-six words by Andrew C Brown — To Koskino

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