Lawrence S. Pertillar
Connecticut

Incorporated Theft

Incorporated theft,
Is a monopolizing step.
Taken to leave many left,
To believe and think...
Others depicted,
As less entitled to receive...
Benefits and entitlements to get.
Are the ones Black, Brown...
And also those White as well.
Made to fight amongst themselves.
Regardless who it is,
Chosen and picked to sit...
To be chairman of the board.
Directing confusion.
Division, conflict and racial hatred.
With a doing done to do,
Pleasing to feast the beast of corruption.
Feeding to deceive,
An incorporated theft!
In excess exclusively.
Monday, September 14, 2020
Topic(s) of this poem: corruption
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