Daily Archives: June 17, 2013

The world and it’s follies

I question the world and its follies

I see people doing nonsensical things in the name of who they are or in the name of their god

I wonder why they do some things, I find it rather odd

But I don’t judge them for what they do

Unlike they do to me

I sit back and watch the world and I allow them all to be free

Why can’t they with me?

Why can’t they leave me be?

Do I intimidate this world of men?

With my acknowledgements of all my ken?

I don’t know

But I wish they’d see

The way I see life and they’d, then, be free

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The Lazy Lout

Violence always has a place in a rogue’s heart

Some people seem to live just to tear another’s life apart

They seek out victims all the time

Wondering if there’s a quick way to earn a dime

Of course there is, if you are willing

To forcibly take that old lady’s shilling

You vile rat, you’ve been exposed

Now you, society will dispose

Oh crime doesn’t pay little men

Turn your cheek and make amends

For someday they’ll catch you out

And the consequences are hard

You lazy lout

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I am not a dog

I will not be silent, I am not a dog

You cannot bark your orders at me and make me do as you please

I am a human being with rights like you, yet you treat me like I have very few

I’m through, with the likes of you

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