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Parasites


Need we identify them as leaders?
Or must adress them as fortune-hunters,
But why no dub them parasites,
Yes, parasites that lean upon we
And suck the little possesed
For their fancied opulent living;
As in posh tinted automobiles,
And for welfare lots of privilegs granted.

As them elately relish the forte
Of sucking the citizenry to live
Yet we too strive to survive.


For a reason this I envy them,
And crave to sight them retire.

Submitted: Friday, May 03, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, September 18, 2013
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by the leaders who relish depending on the citizens.

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