I’m not part of a lost generation.
I’m not part of the 1%;
I am part of a generation who was led astray.
The 99% lay on the back of a horse cart on the hay
As two brothers, layman I believe,
whipped the horses at the bequest of the boss
for they were eager to get to the market
‘for the market is free;
and doesn’t a free market sound good? ’,
and they were dragging us along too.
But I’m not part of that 99%.
And nor do I want to be.
I was one of the few on the cart who decided
that greed and gluttony cannot go unpunished,
that perpetrators ...