John Kipling Lewis
Devalued - Poem by John Kipling Lewis
The most effective
terrorist would devalue
money until there
was no confidence
in the means of commerce.
Fragile and without meaning
the death of those around me
leave me numb to the questions
of survival or even procreation.
My death or those around me
have equally ridiculous meaning.
The freedoms lost to the fear
created by and for the government...
for the Ruling Class.
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