Wondering - At - The Desolation

Poem By Dr. Antony Theodore

We wonder at
how many different
ways Jeremiah
could describe
the desolation
of the once proud
city of Jerusalem.

Children begged
food from their mothers
young men and
women were cut
down by swords
(Lamentations 2: 12,2: 21) .

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