Working Alone, Or Together? - Poem by Gavin Lemieux
Time, distance, and emptiness
Keep me at my nothingness.
All my goals seem so distant,
But for them, I'll be persistent
School, jobs, and work at home
Remind me that I'm still alone,
To do this work with no one there,
And to do it all without a care
Everybody should do what they like,
Imagine that... a worldwide strike.
A strike to do as we want,
To governments, a painful daunt
The say they'd have in our choices,
So little to say about our rejoices
So if you feel like you need a new,
Just rise against and raise your voices.
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