Thursday Poetry Drop: Yet You

Yet You
by: Quinton Williams

The walls keep falling down.
Structures shake.
People fall to the ground.
You weigh the pain by the pound.
Yet you dance.

The sky is full of smoke.
Hunger grows.
Truth makes the masses choke.
They burnt the books the poets wrote.
Yet you dance.

Riots crash like waves.
Insults fly.
Rocks fall down like rain.
The Captain's Carnival is marching insane.
Yet you dance.

The whole world grows cold.
Life fades.
We all look for a hand to hold.
Death comes leaving stories untold.
Yet you...


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