Linda Racaniello

Rookie (1966 / florida)

Sin Is In


We live in a world where our desires rule
Many do as they please without regard for others
Too many are prejudice to those they don't understand
Armed Services fight in wars, where we don't belong
Parents teach children not to respect other adults
We don't discourage children from selling their bodies and souls
Many indulge in sex oddities
We overindulge in everything
Alot of people make up the rules as they go along
Many ignore authority
People disregard the hungry
We are embarrassed by the homeless
Most look out for number one
Others don't care about anything
Criminals murder the outsider
Pro-choicer's kill unborn children
Shame allows the rights of others
People ignore the rules of the government
Recklessness allows anger to control our emotions

Cars to drive too fast
Disgust loves to little
Laziness doesn't work hard enough
Rage hates too much
Americans are too desensitized to care
Nobody is ever shocked anymore
Folks expect the worst to happen
Religion pities those who kill themselves
Life allows genocide
We do everything to extremes


WE INVITE SIN
WE DELIGHT IN SIN
WE CHOOSE SIN
WE LOVE SIN
WE LIVE SIN
WE DIE SIN


YES
SIN IS IN

Submitted: Thursday, March 20, 2008

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