Angry Ones, poetry written by Martina Rimbaldo at Spillwords.com
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Angry Ones

Angry Ones

written by: Martina Rimbaldo

@MartinaRimbaldo

 

White corridors hide the secrets once stored in your mind
as the only silent witness who saw it all
from Alfa to Omega.

White marble slabs broke down
under the heavy steps of the angry ones
could not stop the pain,
nothing was ever the same,
tell me who is to blame?

Oh how sad it is….
Oh how they miss….
even after all these years,
fear still sleeps near.

Finding the sane reason in the senseless crime
is the hardest task…
So we should not ask…

WHY???

So many words left unspoken
from the lives that were taken,
13 Teardrops,
13 blood drops,
falling down to feed the roses on 13 Graves,
but where are the 2 more who lost themselves?
What happened to their souls torments us all…

Lord, do You know how to mend our hearts
from all the brokenness?
Please tell me you saved them all
that no one was lost in the infamous lake of fire.

I’m offering you my strong embrace
to protect you, to save you from yourself.

Oh if only I could ….
Oh if only I could stop you now ….
once and for all…

IT MUST STOP NOW … ABUSE MUST END, IN ORDER FOR HUMANS TO CREATE, A HAPPY LAND!

Martina Rimbaldo

Martina Rimbaldo

Martina Rimbaldo is a 28 year old woman who lives and works in Croatia. She always carries a pen and a notebook in her purse in case of a sudden inspiration in order to write it down. Her work is published in Nightingale & Sparrow and her artwork is published in a weekly blog of Royal Rose Magazine, her photographs are waiting for publication in Bleached Butterfly and Anti heroin chic. She loves to paint abstract paintings, read religious books, watch horror as well as old movies. Her goal is to be a good person.
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