Yes yes and more yes!
We welcomed them eighty years ago
from the shadows of the night of broken glass
to the streets of Britain and beyond, child refugees,
hungry and scared, in need of homes.
History should not be allowed
to repeat itself; it’s our turn to act,
to learn from the past and protect
children fleeing conflict and persecution now.
There’s another page of history to turn and complete,
not with the sufferings of refugees
uprooted from their homes to flee,
but with courage of words and fearless feet.
Kim M. Russell, 10th January 2019
Kindertransport statue at Liverpool Street Station (found on Pinterest). I stop at this statue almost every time I get the train to London.
My response to Imaginary Garden with Real Toads Wordy Thursday with Wild Woman: What We Save Saves Us, also linked to dVerse Poets Pub Open Link Night
Sherry is back this week with…
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