Theorem The Truth Serum
What Is The Value Of One? - Poem by Theorem The Truth Serum
What good does fame really do?
It opens up individuals to a lot of temptation.
They are known and can pretty much
get out of anything that they do.
I think fame sets glorification
where glorification doesn't belong.
What good does one person's greed do
other than the preservation of one individual?
Let's glorify the people who get up everyday
and risk their lives to keep this world in working order,
but do we really want that to happen?
What good has our production really done lately?
Hard work may be valuable,
but is it really valuable?
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