Selfish Dreamer Poem by Dominic Windram

Selfish Dreamer



O you may like to light your scented candles;
Whilst gently whispering that we are all one
In essence. You may wear your hippie sandals,
While idly worshipping the moon, stars and sun.
Yet in fact you're a part of a select few;
In love with bliss; blatantly oblivious
Of the real, desperate needs of the many.
What would it take to shatter your fake pipe dreams?

Monday, May 4, 2020
Topic(s) of this poem: egoism
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