Jose Lu

Nation Of Lies And Behind - Poem by Jose Lu

The towers of law
High piercing to the sky,
With foundation of lies,
Builded by people in masks.

To become a logo,
To become a symbol,
Cripple, falling with crackle,

Trough the sky that empty,
when doves, is shoot by bullets of war
and the rainbow, washed by the smoke of conflict and hatred

In the land

Where justice can be brought.
When humanity is a word.
While the law is money,
With conspiracy as a
and Corruption spread like disease.

Where the government is tirany,
and the judges are blind for justice.
when the police is paid for donuts and coffees
When the folks, are puppets for the rich,
They trampled, their money feeds the greeds.
They laugh, without any care or humanity
And the courts, had been busy to sleep.
They opened their eyes, just to let money come in.

When promises is empty,
And money makes greedy.
Where the dreams
Are torn, trashed by the crisis.

Where people are shouting
when democracy, had become anarchy
Shouting, they rampage the streets,
Only to tell the government that deaf.

You maybe not see,
Cause it's rotting inside it,
It concealed,
from the eyes who see

The metaphor, has been euforia to it.

Comments about Nation Of Lies And Behind by Jose Lu

  • (12/7/2011 2:52:00 AM)

    Maybe yes..I don't write politics poems with many facts, actually.
    But you know, it's just..
    a feeling that you need to spill the words out of your head.
    Simple as that. :)
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  • Sajna Kailas (12/7/2011 2:02:00 AM)

    oh it is not a poem, a true fact. an appeal to the contemporary world.A look at the political issues and selfish modern world. this is as good as a political satire!
    the whole lines are very correct.loved it!
    God Bless You! ! !
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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Poem Edited: Wednesday, December 7, 2011

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