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Articles by: Robert Cable

Again

Again

 A ghazal for all Kashmiris and In Memoriam Agha Shahid Ali     Soldiers have died in vain and will again. Lovers have kissed in rain and will again.   Neighbors dispute, tragically lose all calm. Nations have split in twain and will again.   Beauty gives power to hurt or heal with balm. Passion brings exquisite pain and will[Read More…]

August 6, 1945 – For our children

August 6, 1945 – For our children

                       I An anniversary falls today, Which most of us ignore, Though thousands were just burned away: Birth of atomic war.   In summer, 1945, Near end of WWII, When most of us were not alive, A nightmare became true.   On Monday morning, August 6, At 8:15 a.m. Enola Gay performed some tricks Of nuclear mayhem.   A monster[Read More…]

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To a Friend in Hospice Care – At Easter

You’ve blessed so many, Henry, whom you do not know, Together with your family and every friend. We won’t forget you, even when it’s time to go. In loving memories, good lives don’t ever end. You’ve lived well, Henry, without benefit of fame— The fate of most on turbulent, huge, teeming Earth; But human worth is far more than a[Read More…]

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Midnight Sky

Midnight Sky

A ghazal for Muslim victims of hatred in Christchurch, NZ, March 15, 2019   Each cosmic conflagration in the midnight sky Helps sketch a constellation in the midnight sky. Dim, bright, small points of light light years apart comprise Apparent aggregations in the midnight sky. Imagined beings, mythic heroes, mesmerize, Impart more fascination to the midnight sky. Far, far above[Read More…]

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