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Giants by Chestlyn Draghoender

Chestlyn Draghoender | June 27th, 2017 | a poem a day challenge, poetry | No Comments

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Somewhere
in the East
across the river
are ‘giants’
surrounding us.
All bare,
and
breathing fire.
Fire
that consumes
whatever
is in mind.
Wait! Did you hear that?
They came
from the West
to deceive us
with lies.
And
separate us
take away our land.
They will never win.
For,
This young generation
has a will of fire.
The will to protect what is theirs.[/tab]
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Chestlyn Draghoender is an aspiring young writer/poet from Ravensmead in Cape Town. His poems appear in Poetry Potion 10: This Woman is… Chestlyn loves his local library and good music[/tab]

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