Thought Abortions

Gently floating, one by one,
and two by two. Finally freed
of the hopes and dreams
And silent fears
endlessly etched upon them.
“Where is our mother?,” they all cry,
Weeping in soft mutinies.
They suddenly seem terrible:
Like a curse powered by thought and ink
And with the rebellion of a guerilla army
Born to kill its masters.

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