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#NaPoWriMo2018 Justice Adrift

April 4, 2018 , , ,



Sails ripped to shreds in the blasted all night rain storm,
That tiny leaking wooden boat listed to port sadly sinking,
Drunken sailors wearing tattered, filthy rags, bodies barely warm
Had no sustenance their rotten spoiled provisions all stinking
They passed a small island full of greedy giant vultures
The sky filled with black wings soaring, silently hunting
The ship of justice, once proud and elegant, had run aground



Today is day 4 of National Poetry Writing Month.  Join the fun to read, write, recite here.  30 poems in 30 days!! Enjoy!


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It’s definitely aground. (K)

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April 4, 2018

Wow.. this photo is the perfect illustration for your poetry. You are really gifted! Your poetry has really developed into something very special!


Stevie Wilson (@LAStory)

April 22, 2018

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