Category: POETRY

“Over There”

 When the massacres came, we wondered….   We thought we were the “Over There” people. George M. Cohan sang us the way home: “We won’t come back till it’s over over there.”   We said we had to fight them “over there” so we wouldn’t


Gaza: Resistance Through Poetry

Ramzy Baroud, PhD Politics for the People “(At dawn) … I will resist … (Since) upon the wall there is still a white sheet … And my fingers are yet to (completely) dissolve.”  his is a translated verse from Mu’in Bseiso’ “Three Walls of the Torture Chamber”.