Causation Shivers - Poem by John Weber
As the masses self-segregate,
methods of control congregate
with notions to deregulate
until their coffers consolidate.
Such manipulations make tougher
our right to build a peaceful buffer
from creeds of greed; lives suffer
as light gets crushed in the snuffer.
The breeze they shall seize
will strike us to our knees
no matter who disagrees
with their squeeze of decrees.
Yet, the tremor of their hand
proves their power isn't grand,
even if they demand command
mighty brands shall drift like sand
as billions of souls awaken
to the will-force they've taken
by arguments mistaken
from pyramids now shaken.
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