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God Help The Human Race

By GhettoZombie / Category Abstract

It can be lonely up here
Sometimes I fear
Being endowed with intellect
For in retrospect
I was labeled as disabled
Fabled with thoughts of inadequacy
The fallacy impaling and derailing
Trains that link up and sync up
With relationships that nurture
Furthermore
Settling the score that the light I seek
Leaves me quiet and meek
Bleak is my outlook at times
Crooked rhymes
Sometimes forest colored dimes
Don't do the trick
I get sick from apathy
The anti-intellectual tapestry
Blanketing societal issues
Disposed like tissues
Bearing the snot of lost causes
The rot and moss pauses
Mating with the middle path of grief
The belief that we as a people will expire
Retires into worthlessness
When the cost of living surfs endlessly
Crashing and burning
Trashing and rarely discerning between
Fact and fiction
Unconditional tact and blatant superstition
Fruition of fruitlessness realized
Synthesized
Homogenized
Plagiarized
Groupthink needs to be exorcised
Individuality catalyzed
I want to be surprised by wit
Spit the shit I want to hear
Consciousness of decay
Not pompous dogma to obey
Refrain from your mockery
For the democracy is failing us
The police state is jailing us
Unless we think in lockstep
Encouraging the mimicry of strep throats
Praying that hope still floats
Even when the raft has a hole
That we can patch with love
From the Lord above

© Copyright Spoken by Jack M. Freedman


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genocide pony 5 years, 7 months ago New Comment

yes indeed .. god help the human race .. because we sure ain't helping ourselves @-@ ..

"Bleak is my outlook at times
Crooked rhymes
Sometimes forest colored dimes
Don't do the trick
I get sick from apathy
The anti-intellectual tapestry
Blanketing societal issues
Disposed like tissues
Bearing the snot of lost causes
The rot and moss pauses"

really digged those lines there .. wicked !!

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