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it is about the bomb attract in Manchester
Hear A Pin DropPoem Written By Steven J Kelly© COPYRIGHT Kellywood Productions 2012-17 All Rights Reserved.
I could hear a pin drop then...respectI opened my ears lest we forget.The People that died for no unearthly reason. Terrorist scum should be hanged for treason.
I could hear a pin drop.to the deathly silence.I opened my heart....To the sound of sirens. People injured or badly maimed.22 Innocents the police have named.
I could hear a pin drop no one is there.Evil bastards that didn't really care.Living in fear from day to day.Propaganda words they chose to say.
I could hear a pin drop…Death all around.I opened my eyes to the sights and the sounds. People trying to hide their fearsPeople crying Crocodile tears.
I could hear a pin dropso let us prey.It was In the name of religionor so they say.
I Could hear a pin dropbut I didn't know where.The stench of death you could smell in the air.
When I heard the pin drop I could smell that stench. Just like the old tramp asleep on the bench. Families with loved ones that forever have gone.We're mancunians and we carry on.
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