Tribute to Unwind/Unwholly

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This is a poem I wrote about Neal Shusterman's Unwind and Unwholly.

Submitted: April 17, 2013

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They call it a “divided state”

We call it murder

Dragged into the night

Kicking

Screaming

Betrayed by their own blood

 

The Unwind Order

Bringing the end

 Of millions of young lives

Because of war

 

Free will ripped away

Because of human mistakes

Some are smart enough to run

But most don’t make it

 

Those who do

Are trapped in The Graveyard

Berries

To be picked

 

And then they come

Like fog

Creeping through the night

The Juvey Cops

 

The cold clutch of death

Takes almost everyone

Hiding in this refuge

They call home

 

We will rise up

We will take a stand

 We will carry the path

Of our own lives

 

Avenging the souls

Of all who were taken

Connor, Risa, and Lev

Will bring justice


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