Aristocratic Antiquity - Poem by Joyce Rugg
And blend in with the herd,
Claiming authority by mere age
In your corseted, choking world
Youth's a heinous crime
And so's a working mind
Because we aren't lemmings
To cannonball off a cliff
Archaic thoughts are cutting edge
And nothing else will do.
Can't you see? Something's wrong
When it's offensive to be you
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