Waiting in Ukraine

Train stations crowded

Families leave all behind

Waiting…singing hymns


Women and children board train

Husbands sent back to front line


Train pulls out…tears flow

Lives hanging in the balance

Husbands take a stand


Explosions and destruction

Children cry for their fathers


Hope reigns in death

30 thoughts on “Waiting in Ukraine

  1. šŸ™šŸ˜“šŸ™šŸ˜¢šŸ™šŸ˜­ I admire you expressing so poignantly about this unspeakable horror, and appreciate your words because it helps me begin to acknowledge it mentally and emotionally. I’m sure it is helpful to others too.

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