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Louis Borgo

Rookie - 319 Points (01-06-1988 / shelby)

A Problem, Issue, Agenda


Antique and aging wonder,
creating problems question to be solved or answer

Passion of discussion and lowering standard to accept,
that which is becoming of issue,
a final result or conclusion of a problem.

Why barring in stiff conflict we resure the true agenda,
a list or problems of things to consider to get done.

so we sit down day to day in cities or block or zones,
as we watch situation like time laps with in those zones. like circumstances trying to fit into a perfect square, how can we reword it,
must be life or something similar?

Stuff and ball like a chorus and chart like false obligation barring for the truth,
the words of prejudice come to throne...

price of lights and switchs, ,
like a belly field of ants grown on the switch and enrudite to the enrich of the crops,
and for what
the right to vote.

disconnection & decoding nor felt the strain of the real struggle of after math but just complain and struggle.

This three words of: problem, issue, agenda could lead to all out war or all out solution of welfare

At the end the day i like to think of my self as socialist but coming from the dark side of the moon,
who could say what part of the barn are you from or is that fresh meat you wait on,

so all i can say is have a nice day,
as life go on
we sit around and waiting and debated
what is becoming a growing feud,
whats going on my young brothers....

Submitted: Tuesday, May 25, 2010
Edited: Tuesday, June 19, 2012
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