UK Poet Dave Whippman

Tanka

Buildings fall, streets flood:
An aerial view of distress.
Most suffering, though, has no image.
It takes its victims unseen;
Does not recede like water.

Dave Whippman is a UK poet and prose writer. He lives in the north of England.
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One comment

  1. How true the pain does not wash away. Instead it sticks and stays like the debris we see on the afternoon news. Thank you for your words. C. Hannah

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