YlangYlang Mountain

Generation Revolution - Poem by YlangYlang Mountain

The sparkles shine bright in her eyes, when the world is full of lies
A dream of a dreamer, a thought turning cold

Greed and envy, are the best items sold
Wishing the world would change its disguise, truth will becon….. Or, so I'm told.

The sparkle of the night still shines bright, with a glimmer of light she holds on tight to a world that deceives her, the ground is not beneath her.

Is this really hell? Its to soon to tell.

Producing a heart of led, this generation is all in it's head. Media, Magazines, Large screen T.V when the end is near, where will you be? In front of the screen, filling up on trash, while our mother lies wheeping, torn, and thrashed

RISE FROM THE ASHES, COME IN FROM THE COLD, Awake from sleep and take a strong hold.
Embrace change and seasons, let my story unfold.
But, what do we do? WE RUN AND HIDE..fear and shame seem to thrive.

Under the false hope of the government officials, it's not the right time to turn a blind eye, and keep up a lie.

Glitter in the sky is coming alive, the idea of peace and love, and all it entails, brings hope to her soul, like a warm vail.. To cover her eyes from the truth that she longs to hide, but the anger still swells, deep inside

RISE SUN and wash the night away! Sing with the birds and go out and play..Encourage, and lead a generation of hope, Its love and security she longs for the most.

She wants to scream out ACCEPTANCE IS KEY Change the thought process, and soon you will see!

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  • Khairul Ahsan (9/7/2013 3:43:00 AM)

    A wonderful poem,10/10.
    The title is attractive, appropriate. Nice work.
    'Under the false hope of the government officials, it's not the right time to turn a blind eye, and keep up a lie.'
    Which lie are you talking about?
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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, March 6, 2013

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