Blackened

Poem by: Haku Belmont

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An anti-racism poem about a black cloth.

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Submitted: November 06, 2006

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Submitted: November 06, 2006

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A blackened cover

lying on top of the table

that nobody notices.

 

Soot

flies off as the

wind rustles above it.

 

The blackened cover

begins to whiten

as the rain drops down

from the heavens

 

Beneath its black layer

there is the same inside

as everything else.

 

 


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An anti-racism poem about a black cloth.

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