Michael Gale

Rookie (? / Chicago Illinois/Oklahoma City.)

Why Can'T? ............ - Poem by Michael Gale

Why can't medical research scientist's cure cancer? ...
Surely there is a reasonable answer.

Why can't they introduce into the human suffering victim....
An disguised and more healthy blood cell that lures in bad cancer eating cells to be eaten by a much stronger eating cells that attack cancer cells and eat them up.
Go bad cancer eating cells, eat 'em up, go get 'im, go sick 'em.

Why can't our medical scientist's renew nerve endings that have been severely damaged? ...
Those that have suffered an illness'es timed days to be ravaged.

Why can't our medical research scientist's repair and open up the end of these nerves? ...
To make anew for man's suffering ways and medically aids and to us all to give out help as well as do serves.

Why can't an auto mobile's engine be developed to run on pure tapp water? ....
Because oil companies would pay that designer lots of cash.
Greed is what is neat and appealing, so what idea could even be as ideally hotter?

Why can't modern medicine find a cure for all of man's disease? ...
No disease? Please! To doctors and drug companies that would only piss off them and unappease.

From doctors, funeral directors, and drug companies this fact would only release....
Frustrational anger and heated hateful hostility and mental greed
fed feelings of unease.

Here has been unleashed in this poem alot of why can'ts....
And even much more reasons of why shants.


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, April 10, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, February 12, 2011


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