Seth Morrow

Rookie (11/16/1982 / Ames Iowa)

{to The Man} - Poem by Seth Morrow

Roll one up your life has been misled.
Take a drag and let it all in.
Show them how you want to be,
show them it’s not only me.

Mistaken.

Three quarters of a million now.
A number I know well.
Take there life because you say it’s right.
Whatever happened to freedom of ones self.

Now you’re taken.

Just plant a seed, a god damn weed.
Our numbers will not lie.
Spread the truth, and join our group.
Prohibition will die, and you and I know why.

A new life livin

Students, raise you arms and march around.
Doctors and Lawyers, you to.
To make the fight, we must unite,
and see this whole thing through.

No more lyin

Oxygen in the air, close on your back, and don’t forget medicine to.
The goods will come to those who want it.
Stand your ground the battle’s started.
No more propaganda to mislead you.

Truth.

If we are to be truly free. Then end the politicians wore.
Ten Billion a year, spent on “the bad”
Ten Billion a year, that should make you mad.

Take these words to hart. If you consume an unethical source.
Listen to me and one day you’ll see.
Freedom Should Be Free!

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Poem Submitted: Monday, February 26, 2007

Poem Edited: Sunday, January 23, 2011


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