Define Paradise - Poem by Michael Koelliker
Some call it the “American Dream”
Others call that a corrupt scheme.
I think that paradise is everywhere.
It is where people point and stare,
And where everyone really has a care.
It is where we draw together in work,
To overcome that supremacist jerk.
It is where revolution is in the sky,
And you don’t believe the leader’s lie.
It is where the people are willing to die.
It is where the public can change the law
And where everyone can say they saw
The Dark Carnival when they dream.
It is where joy is the only reason to scream.
It is where the Lotus rules supreme.
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