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May 14th...

Posted to Poetry and Politics

will be the 55th year of conflict. If there hasn't been any answers yet...

Who among the Palestinians/Israelis would listen now? We can always place hope in future generations, as long as that hope is agreeable to both parties.

The land is 'holy' to both, whereas (ideally) it should be wholly to both. But idealism seems to be a candle in a windy darkness of competing political voices blowing their hot air in blindness to Truth.

This is of course true to the current political stage. It transcends the Israeli/Palestinian conflict, doesn't it?

Today I see Peace coming when all warriors exhaust themselves in a heap of lanquid dreams, thinking the battles are finally over.