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By Chandi Sinnathurai. Axis of Logic
Axis of Logic
Monday, Apr 6, 2009


Beaten and bruised.  Broken bodies.
Mangled by starvation.  Lack of vitality.
Trapped or tripped.  Tricked with no choice.
Human slaves.  Left to rot in misery.
O, what a Eucharist!
Every tree.  Shapes like a cross.
One thing is free.  Torture and mis-trust.
Heroes and villains. Keep pushin' and pullin'
Caught in the middle.  Have no voice but to saddle.
O, what a Eucharist!
Strewn bodies.  The Body and the Blood:
Broken for you.  And shed for you.
Death is indeed a resurrection for us.
In dying we liberate the terror of living.
O, what a Eucharist!
[Dedicated to Tamil Civilians in Sri Lanka]

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