The City Above.

there she stands, greyish forlorned and seemingly beaten to a bloody pulp. death every home damned near living with coffins in our midst. pain, loss, indifference, lack of government oversight. trumps says no, everything is bliss, confusion, hate, division Covid19 deaths Mounting Daily where are the safeguards I would not send my children back to the schools. elections nearby fallen leaves to pick up as trash love the idea that light will shine at the end of the day, let us Pray.

Published by theexiledexhorter

Retired NYC High School History Teacher from Washington Heights.I taught at G.W. H.S.( alumnus 1977), A. P. Randolph, MLK, Joan of Arc( Ms. Garrett, principal) and Wadleigh. Love jazz, r&b, Johnny Cash, Gil Scott Heron, Rubby Perez, Omega el fuerte and Frank Sinatra.

One thought on “The City Above.

  1. Coming back from the DR after leaving JFK; riding in the cab 🚕 Harlem River Drive, Yankee stadium to ya right. Up ahead Croton River Tower Highbridge Park swimming pool, 178th street to ya left at the turnoff. Home!
    172nd street and Audubon Avenue.
    All along the ride Autumn leaves befell the greyish tint; caught between black and white folklore of olden days, remains the new vocabulary as USA 🇺🇸 Hate and Division has unfortunately Stayed Above Common Sense and Americans are Dying every day!🐕🙏♒️🌈🇺🇸🗳☮️😷

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