The dead burn easily by Patricia Furstenberg

Patricia Furstenberg | May 24th, 2022 | poetry | 1 Comment

Poem

Step, step on this land
That was not yours to begin with.
Run, pound the roads that were not of your making.
The dead burn easily.

Laugh at the sun, laugh at life
That was gifted to you.
Cry, yell at what they stole.
The dead burn easily.

Fight your bother, fight your nemesis,
Fight your wife and your child.
Who will remember you, don’t you know that
The dead burn easily.

Poet Bio

Patricia Furstenberg is a Romanian historical fiction, contemporary and children’s books author who resides in South Africa. Patricia penned the bestseller Joyful Trouble, page-turner Silent Heroes, beloved children’s literature The Cheetah and the Dog, new release Transylvania’s History A to Z: 100 Word Stories.

Patricia writes with passion about history that blends with fiction, about war heroes, human or canine, while the poetry she pens is humorous.

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1 thought on “The dead burn easily by Patricia Furstenberg”

  1. When I read the first lines of your goose pimples provoking poem, I immediatly thought of colonisators, dear Patricia, but I realized that you want us to understand that we should be happy with what is our own and to laugh at life:)
    I thank you very much for this poem.
    A sunny day

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