Nick Hilton

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Are We Blinded? - Poem by Nick Hilton

Are we blinded?
We walk for walking sake,
And yet we are not binded,
We do as we wish,
And in spite we agree and nod,
Our heads bob we are no more than fish,
And yet we say we rule the earth,
And that we are good and great,
And yet we've walked for walking sake since birth,
Let us have priveliges to abuse,
Let us not be so single minded,
And with ever breath on earth,
Question ourselves,
Are we blinded?

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, January 14, 2006

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