Facing What Must Be Everyone's Opinion (Antithesis) - Poem by s./j. goldner
They are terrified of true originality;
Nobody wants true originality.
We are, by nature, dream-killers.
It is in our nature to suffocate.
to the despair where one needs
Coined freedoms in society.
Pivotal point: do we dare to
aspire to, the higher, farther heights
one can soar, at the cost of
stomping on others' mediocrity?
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