Social Justice Poetry

Dreams | A Social Justice Poem by J.K. Durick

Even on the nights he heard planes overhead, flying too low
Even the nights he heard sirens, so many sirens coming nearer and
nearer
Even the nights he heard bombing, sometimes in the distance, sometimes nearby
Even the nights he heard his parents arguing about leaving, staying
Even on the nights he heard people running in the street, screaming, crying
Even the nights he heard shooting, going from house to house
Even on those nights he had really bad dreams.


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