Joy In Wilderness
Frequently I wish to be seen
On the TV screen expressing my weighty opinion on every thing
Like many but they never invite me as I am a very ordinary man.
I frantically search the ways
Scrutinize the graph the rise of the people shown
And become famous
I find in them many qualities
They follow many rules
One of those: they are very amicable
Which I lack most
If the rise of a life is through the rules
It curtails my freedom, bar me to behave how I wish
It’s a burden, prevent me to be wild
It’s very painful, too, so I am very sorry to say:
Lead a life as you like and kick the rise!
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