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  33.     

Man Loses Yet No Loss.

An ovum grows at the ruin of a sperm.
A woman grows at the peril of a man.
Every love ends in loss to man.
Yet no man seems to regret the loss.

Loss is gain for man.
09.10.2003
 
Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.

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  34.     

Loss

Loss is not the first stab,
Nor the numbness that follows.
Loss is not the nights after,
Nor the tears shed heavily into pillows.

Loss is coming home full of news,
Only to find an empty house.
To set the table for two,
Or turn to speak to vacant air,
Forgetful your not there.

Loss is to laugh alone.
 
Andy Brookes

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  35.     

Fear And Threat Are Everywhere

I CANNOT WRITE

I cannot write
I am lost in my own loneliness
Fear and threat are everywhere
Losses and losses and more losses
On the edge of so much going wrong
How will I maintain myself?
How will I help us all survive?
The losses are too much
I am too old and too small
Nothing nothing nothing
I cannot do anything even delude myself with false hope
The losses are too great
And I am too old and afraid.
 
Shalom Freedman

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A War's Ruins

Everyone and even everything Are greatly turned into ruins... Every ugly war turns people into Dead corpses and the injured into Broken bodies anytime... Various junkyards are scattered Here and there for the left things... Ruins are greatly distributed and Even scattered to tell about the Size of any wars' big losses... I always tell that all winners and All losers are greatly losers... The battlefield is great and even Horrible in its extension and even in its great expansion with all of Its dark, absurd, and ugly images... Great losses happen on all fields Up to our inner feelings anytime... All wars are against our pretty wills Simply because most of us are against Wars anytime, anywhere, and even everywhere... ______________________________________________________________________
 
MOHAMMAD SKATI

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