Elude Most

What If

wot if evolution stoped mid cycle
n all the decipels just droped n caryed on with ther lifes,
tellin storys thay 4got but connectin the sings like dot to dot,
wen is the ryt time to rethink every fact that is imaginable
survival instinct dwells in a past that is inhabitable,
wot if our missed placed sight removes from present tellivison light,
wot if we dnt need to work for some 1 els to survive,
wot if we dnt need to b told to by of shelfs n open our eyes to realice,
wer new aged slaves captured or employed by mass produced trades,
cadged with no bars or chans but brain woshed to wont to,
were well known names it makes us take the spade,
wot if we dont wont to driven fame,
wot if television has brushed away wisdom,
wot if television does dicide n makes all our disions
wot if it is a sistem of control to hold all our soles in 1 pen,
or wot if its just a nufther contained entertainment

Submitted: Wednesday, February 24, 2010

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