Matthew Holloway

Freshman - 850 Points (10 June 1978 / Cheshire, England)

Death Of A Nation - Poem by Matthew Holloway

Where wealth obscures morality
And profit has no remorse
Where a human death is but a step
To cement a greater wealth
Where the bankers run a government
Who bend with cap in hand
Where glass towers stand not proud
But as tombstones of this land
Where history is disgraced and dispensed
For the future of but a few
Where the civil majority suffer
To scrape, to live to survive
Where the mistrust of ideas begins
Bleeds dry the concept of democracy
Where greed becomes a by-word of power
Where human souls are found a price
Where a thousand voices remain unheard
A nation slowly dies


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Poem Edited: Wednesday, October 10, 2012


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