Posted on October 13, 2017
by Elan Mudrow
Once, flowers were placed in gun barrels As a form of protest. Today, a garden is needed To keep the soil of the meadow Soft enough for all feet to walk upon Barefoot We grow in common ground. Share the dirt.
Category: PoetryTags: 60s, Blog, Life, Love, Nature, Photography, Poem, Poetry, Protests, racism, Refugees, Writing
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