Terence George Craddock (afterglows echoes of starlight)
Dirt Corruption Clogs Minds In Indonesia - Poem by Terence George Craddock (afterglows echoes of starlight)
only degrees in cultural exploitation practices
differ across laws applied to countries societies
Dirt Corruption Clogs Minds In Indonesia
Dirt Corruption Clogs Minds Everywhere
only percentages tolerances acceptances indifference changes
it is only pie slice percentages intensity of corruption which changes
say goodbye say goodbye to the dust corruption of Jakarta
say goodbye say goodbye to the dust corruption of Indonesia
say goodbye say goodbye to a people who place greed above Allah?
say goodbye say goodbye to a people who shame Islam exploiting the poor
rot in the robes garments possessions of their desired heart decadence
while we consider honour vaulted heights fly up through heaven's gates
there is one God who created heaven earth humanity embrace divinity
realize coveted wealth rots rusts reject mammon love embrace humanity
Copyright © Terence George Craddock
Topic(s) of this poem: Equality
Poet's Notes about The Poem
Written in January 2012 and March 2015 on the 12or13.1.2012&5.3.2015.
This poem was drafted at the same time as I wrote the poems 'Make Paradise Out Of Ashes' 12.1.2012, 'Art Scribbled On An Old Envelope' 12.1.2012 and 'Reverse Racism' 13.1.2012, when I was submitting as Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light) while living in Jakarta Indonesia; but was not finished or put on line for obvious reasons.
Most of the concepts and implications eluded to in these split image poems, really reference class and culture pertaining particularly to socio-economic status and inequality issues, within education and society implementation as comparative perspectives from stratified classes such as professional, managerial, business, office, technical, to blue collar skilled trades, semi-skilled, unskilled and the unwaged. Hungry mouths have a narrower range of ethics opportunities.
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