In Kalma they have Kalashnikovs,

Russian toys for African children.


The Dajo, Fur, and Zaghawa

Who died as one family


At the end of Janjaweed pangas and guns,

Turn metal


Against each other

In the name of peace.


Those tribes who signed

The DPA, a pact for peace with Khartoum,


Have their homes burnt

In the camps, bullets lodged in their faces


By neighbors who think

Peace comes through pain.