THE STATUE OF LIBERTY WILL FOREVER STAND! A poem by Anahit Arustamyan

They hammered another nail on Jesus’s chest,

Who were they?

They were bloodthirsty demons from the very hell.

Manhatten! You bled.

Your twins still talk to the human race.

The Statue Of Liberty will forever stand!

The twins had been sculpted with the humans’ hands.

The wildest beasts put their paws on the twins’ graceful heads.

Those beasts spat with their jaws full of fire wanting blood to be fed.

Oh. Manhatten! The world’s tears became more than your oceans’ waves.

How to believe that the twins are dead.

Another nail was hammered on Jesus’s chest.

The Statue Of Liberty will forever stand!

 

Biography

Anahit Arustamyan was born in Yerevan,

Armenia on May 21, 1963. She studied at Yerevan Engineering Univeristy to which she graduated from in 1985. She was deeply interested in literature that from this moment onwards. She  focused all her attention on poetry. Anahit poetry has appeared in many poetry magazines and has published numerous poetry books on Amazon and Lulu.

Publications

My Wandering Muse by [Arustamyan, Anahit]

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My Lyrical Tongue

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The Phantom's Dolphin: The sky and the Sea by [Arustamyan, Anahit]

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Where to find

Spillwords

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