Theorem The Truth Serum

Rookie - 245 Points (1979-present / San Leandro)

Today's Society - Poem by Theorem The Truth Serum

Anonymous are the struggles of the common person,
but loud are their feelings when they are heard.
The common person has broken their bones
and shed their blood so that common people
and extraordinary people alike can live in security
as well as in fabricated financial fantasies.
We work and we breakdown for the good of it all
but are treated as if we are insignificant.
We no longer push and pull the world,
we are more like the door mats around the world.
We are stepped on and soak up the muck
and are forced to deal with it.
Our strength is still here but our freedoms are stripped.
Our freedom is a piece of paper fed to a shredder.
It is a harlot printed on paper and written in persuasive propaganda
erected in the minds of pimps and racketeers.
We should no longer be anonymous,
we should be heard and without fear of endangerment.
Stop this rubber bullet cowboy massacre.
No more tasing the mind of the populous.
This mind just wants to feel at home.
This mind just wants to speak out for what it believes in.
Our minds are inalienably untouchable,
but some still try to touch them and control them.
We need to reverse this process and gain back our minds
that are the source of attack in today's society.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Poem Edited: Friday, January 20, 2012

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