Posted: July 3, 2017 by PaanLuel Wël Media Ltd. in Junub Sudan, Poems.

By G. Naih Peter, Torit, Imatong State


Abel ALier and Philip Aguer picture by Mach Samuel

I tried harder to sing

So loud for us,

But there are others

Than me whom words

They emit sting

And talk for brothers

Plus other strangers.

They shine bright

Both day and night,

They don’t wait for light

At the end of tunnel,

They are not pessimists

Either, but always optimists,

They illuminate as activists

In every tunnel or panel

Simply made like funnel.

They are our mouthpiece,

All better and stronger together

And speak less if not good peace.



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  1. mac Deng says:

    It seem that we are just beating around the bush for peace. No one is listening to you because they are struggling for their own way to make peace or never want it altogether. Thing need not be done in theory or words or prayers, but the way of documented deterrence, justice, accountability, punishment.


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