Mitta Xinindlu

Freshman - 626 Points (South Africa)

Free The Enslaved Mind - Poem by Mitta Xinindlu

No one is oppressing anyone;
Each is keeping oneself oppressed
In the mind.
The state of Egotism.
Each remains bound
with chains of self-criticism.
and demonism.
The spirits that refuse exorcism.
Ominous trials of mentalism.

People are Bound.
Their mind is astound.
Full of mounds,
and ill brains.

They talk about the oppressor
and the oppressed.
Forgetting that they have a choice.
The labellers and the labeled.
The knifers and the knifed.
You choose the state of your mind.

Who told you that you're oppressed?
Who keeps your mind unfree?
No one but your own state of mind.
They talk about Urbanism.
All celebrating being classified.
While they remain paralysed.
Fools full of cynicism;
busy demolishing cubism.
All chasing after critically acclaimed fame;
Acclaimed with mind control games.
They talk about the searchers
And the searched.
The noters and the noted.
You choose the state of your mind.

They give birth to paramount articles.
Blurred catalogues.
and ambivalent magazines.
False promises.
Ill opportunities,
and cold dead goals.
They talk about capitalism.
But all there is - is dualism.
You choose the state of your mind.

Topic(s) of this poem: freedom

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, March 22, 2015

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