Deeds of Desperation by William Wright Jr.

How brave were the swaying few
Given over to the noose
For their passionate crime

For a cry of distress
That hails from the slums
In the forgone muck
Where the pitiful
Succumb to their rage

How desperate their eyes remained
In their farewell to light
For their purging of words
In the warm rays of dawn

The world has now frayed from silence
And it moves
To the rhythms of revolt

 

© William Wright, Jr.

Rhythms of The Eternal Uprising

Excerpt from the book Rhythms of the Eternal Uprising

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WilliamAbout the Author

William Wright, Jr. is a student from San Diego, California who wields a great passion for language and poetry. He was sixteen years old when he first fell in love with the art form and ever since, he has not deferred from its path. Writing has helped him when he was uncertain of his role in life. The craft brought him comfort when his fears were so immense and they seemed impossible to overcome. To this day he remains committed to writing at least one poem a day, every day, no exceptions. It is a practice that continues to serve him well.

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Available on Kindle at: www.amazon.com/Rhythms-Eternal-Uprising-William-Wright-ebook/dp/B076ZMSY1S



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