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Imagine this Youre sitting down You see a wall the West Wall Its not just a wall it separates us from our freedom We watch that wall in disgust because we arent the ones who put it up Theres a small desert area men everywhere practicing shooting to prepare preparing for our freedom victory Sometimes they miss thats not good we need them to aim precisely otherwise its over I see hope and freedom during this time it sounds like music the bombs placed everywhere constant swearing throughout the night footsteps mostly running theyre the footsteps that sound scared then there is the guards Israeli guards to be exact their footsteps dont sound scared or frightened or thrilled they sound eager and impatient Theres also the smaller children like my sister Gamila their footsteps sound cheerful They dont know any better plus Id rather be cheerful through all this than frustrated and hurt Tomorrow my family will celebrate Shabbat even though we are Palestinian I will greet other members of my family with Shabbat Shalom peaceful Sabbath that is why Im prepping today No work tomorrow mother says no work The words slip off her tongue as if she doesnt care but I know she does She always cares Orange Red Black ash Every time someone is blown up I am too I lose a bit of me every day I will lose a bit of me until there is nothing left There will be no journeys no nighttime or castles there will only be me no beauty or stars just me There will be no point in fighting in the war because we will be better by then That is a long time to wait A long time to wait is when I am stuck in the car listening to mothers bickering and swearing on the way to Jerusalem a long time is when you cant
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