4 comments on “I See the Enemy

  1. Wow, this one got me by the throat! There’s so much power, such an emotional punch to it. The imagery is sublime as always, but it was the sense of betrayal in every word that really spoke to me. A kind of desolation that created its own kind of strength. I loved it 🙂

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