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The three executioners of Daniel Pearl (Free verse) by Caducus
Abacas beads rolled down dulled blade, the matte eyed journalist left a scarf of oval rows like ears of mississipi corn. Demands shiver in Arabic tongues peal hollering - America is foam, stars are linen and burn in eyes striped in skin. The three executioners hide A doppelganger gentlemen War fog weaving, The dark house president Painting war in oil canvas. The smoke bearded cave sheikh The Koran’s King James.

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