face of terror

for us
the face of terror
is not
a completly destroyed doppeldecker-bus
or hundred-years old statues destroyed within seconds.

for us
the face of terror
has become more invisible

sitting in the train
discovering an (abandoned?) suitcase
quickly looking for its owner

sitting in office
discovering a plane, dangerously close flying towards a skycraper
continuing to look out of the window,
until the situation is over

does this mean they have won?
sit-in terror instead of run-away terror?

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2 Responses to face of terror

  1. Dhyan says:

    is it related to anything concrete?

    • the images of sitting in the train and sitting in the office/ seing the plane are concrete – made me wonder how (unconsciously) we are influenced by all this sh*

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