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Genevieve Cora Fraser: Promised Land Held Captive

Promised Land Held Captive by False Prophets

By Genevieve Cora Fraser

A pre-emptive strike
On the land of the Nile
Presaged the beginning
Of the end of Palestinian
Freedom on the 6th day
Of the 6th Month
During the 6 Day War
Israel encircled
Attacking Semite
Jerusalem a bloody battle
On Ammunition Hill
By evening Israel
Entered Ramallah
There commenced a lock
Down on what remained
Of Palestinian remnants
Since Al Nakba
Seizure of the temporal
Realm of the Holy Land
Armed by America's
Wealth weapons
Of mass destruction
Draconian powers
Israel now assumes a Seat
Among nations
And great authority
In recompense
For the fatal wound
Of the Holocaust
Torture and abuse
Are the mainstay
Of Palestinian Ghetto
Life under Israeli
Brutal Occupation
As false prophets
Claim Zionized rights
From the Nile
To the Euphrates
Promised to Abraham's
Seed Great Nations
Shocked and Awed
Captives endure endless
Days of Tribulation
So that no man
Might buy or sell
Unless stamped
By Israel's mark
Of approval
(as Non-Terrorist
Resistors to Zionist Rule)
Israel's image
& worshiped
By the Faithful
Zionist media
Support (For
who is able
to make warre
with him?)
Except the saints
Martyred and
The Lamb slain
Cruelty wrought
Poverty and starvation
To those who did not
Bow in blind worship
(Revelations: 2:9
I know thy works
and tribulation
and poverty - but thou
art rich - and I know
the blasphemy
of them which say
they are Jews
and are not)
But he who leadeth
Into captivity
Shall go into Captivity
He who lives
By the sword
The meek
Shall inherit
The earth

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