A Bell Rings

A bell rings

And school children

Scurry, weaving amongst each other,

Slowly forming lines before the teacher

Gives the order;

Then they march toward the classroom.

 

A bell rings,

Weak vibrations

Gently caress small dust particles,

To manoeuvre them in swirling circles,

Where they will lie

Unnoticed on the mantelpiece.

 

A bell rings,

It rings each time

That body or blood are offered up,

Perpetuating century laden mimes.

Grey haired voyeurs

Bow down in respect of their Christ.

 

by Shay Ryan

 

 

 

 

 

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  1. Pingback: An origingal poem by Shay Ryan – ‘A Bell Rings’ | Words in rhythm

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