The Unseen Disgrace by William Wright, Jr.

 

There is no, shortage of beggars

Pleading with all

Their desperate might

 

Ahead the curse

Of winter’s call

Its ever-howling

Fear-inspiring lust

 

Hunger

Troubles their world’s

As prey within

A tried and terrible foe

 

The restless shame

Beneath, the spires of saints

Gilded and warm

In spite of all terror

 

© William Wright, Jr.

William Wright

Excerpt from the book The Slums of Nightfall

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William Wright About the Author

My name is William Lorenzo Wright, Jr. I am the youngest of three children, as well as the only son to two loving and hard-working parents. I am a college student from San Diego California and I hold a deep passion for reading and writing poetry. I was sixteen years old when I first fell in love with poetry and I have been faithful to the craft ever since.

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