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Nicholas Nikolov

Rookie - 149 Points (April.6,1988 / Toronto)

Disturbing The Peace

Executives of multi-billion dollar oil
and/or wall street organizations, send a multitude to boil,
in the hopes to defeat a propaganda-driven foe to foil;
they have plenty more possible antagonists to tame,
but those overseas enemies have become to blame.
Yet, simultaneously, they are friends of the very same
elite. Viral spreading terrorist threats and chaos, coil
in daunting fear via telecommunications in hopes to toil
the populations national security and safety buried under soil.
Ultimately, the governing superpowers - spearheading
global empires - heads of state are warmongering -
greedily collecting money, ignoring their people dying
on the home front and globally.
Sitting on-top-of-the-world, all high and mighty,
upon their golden thrones, while grandly
well-concealing plentiful of incriminating
closet-kept bones; playing games, risk-taking
choices that turn for the worst due to poor decision-making.
All this torment for the always precious Black Gold.

Submitted: Monday, February 18, 2013
Edited: Sunday, September 21, 2014

Topic of this poem: politics

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