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Under a Blood Red Moon

A poem for the midterm elections

By Denise SheltonPublished about a year ago 1 min read
Under a Blood Red Moon
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Muttering vague predictions like Delphi’s oracle,

The pundits wrangle on election eve,

“Much blood will be shed.”

“A great victory’s at hand.”

The question is this:

For whom?

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Denise Shelton

Denise Shelton writes on a variety of topics and in several different genres. Frequent subjects include history, politics, and opinion. She gleefully writes poetry The New Yorker wouldn't dare publish.

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  • Miles Penabout a year ago

    I really like this one!

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