The Lobotomy - Poem by richard ilnicki
Behind iron bars
I'm found contemptible.
Just one ugly man among many.
They pass the trays
between the bars;
The trough is missing.
We get simple carbohydrates,
And sugar water.
Hunger makes men equal,
But some men are hungrier than others;
They eat emotions
And pick the brain cells clean.
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