Fear Of Death - Poem by Aaron Lynn
Perhaps you feel as I do,
But empathy clouds no one's fate.
It's cold hands will smother us all,
Regardless of alliance or faith.
The clock ticks ever faster
With growing threats of nuclear war.
It's possible we may evade it,
Or rot the planet to its core.
A simple act of defiance
Is one that may influence change:
When society chases destruction,
Start marching the opposite way.
Continue to march ever proudly,
Defeating your panic and dread.
Fear of death is how they controlled you,
Envenomed with heart-wrenching stress.
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