Grenfell Tower

Grenfell Tower sonnet poems

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Thank you for finally listening
Although now it is far too late.
The death toll continues climbing
While nervously you speculate.

Black clouds of neglect still shroud us;
ferociously the flames rage on
It’s 16 hours and counting
Our heartache will never be gone.

We reported our fears to you:
Again- and again- and again!
With this dawn of devastation,
do not think of dodging the blame.

Prevention always beats a cure
Why didn’t you listen to us before?

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