Anathema

The abhorrent nature of silence in the face of injustice was sickening to him.

He had spent his life devoted to ending oppression and yet he continued to see those who would fight for the same cause elsewhere complicit in causing and ignoring it at home.

They had become anathema to him.

Sammie Scribbles Weekend Writing Prompt

Use the word “anathema” and write a piece of poetry or prose in exactly 52 words.

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