Corruption Kills - Poem by Sandra Feldman
The Corruption that was Rome,
The melt down of civilization,
We don't need to walk the past,
To be under its stifling Dome.
All you have to do is look around you,
Shame to those who knowingly participate,
And condone, and accept the crumbling process,
The strangling of our morals and our nation!
In the end, we will all pay a heavy price,
For having ignored the death of decency,
And for having allowed the enthronement of Vice!
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