Patricia Williams

Rookie (02/19/1953 / Fort Dodge Iowa)

Scream - Poem by Patricia Williams

I could just scream, it may help you never can tell
They won't listen anyway so maybe I'll just yell
My age has increased my value has leassened
My money is short and my bills are worsened
I'm better off than a lot of my fellow comapanions
Hard work, and loyalty used to make you champions

Work is not valued just oiling the social personalities
People have been shoved aside in the mirror of realities
Corporate greed has been pushed into the forefront
And no one is surprised by the corruption or the content
The value of loyalty has be replaced by corruption
The norm has become accepting addicitons, seductions

I could just scream, it may help you never can tell
They won't listen anyway so maybe I'll just yell
I have went over of edge of sanity and reason
I think any more that condition comes with the season
Recession, depression, bailout and foreclosure
Bad news is on the rise from the operexposure


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, February 2, 2010



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