Sana Olivia Hernandez
Society's Bind - Poem by Sana Olivia Hernandez
Why trap me in society's bind?
Do you assume I do not have my own mind?
I am one of a kind.
As I do with time.
Though not nearly as drastically.
Society is drunken and rotton,
Like aged wine.
Why would I want to be a part of this?
So from society am I dismissed?
That's fine by me.
Like this, I'd rather not spend eternity.
That's what death is for,
(Among other things,)
To free us from society's chains.
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