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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic

What do corporate do to our lives

The dynamic duo

Of don’t do and do

Using massive machines

To change what meaningful means


It was a naturel  

Now one can hardly tell

What’s nature, what’s not

Because it’s packed or bottled


Consumed to consume

They decide what’s doomed

If your ears aren’t attached

To what they say, you’re mismatched


You won’t know what happened when

And you’ll miss out then

Because someone beat you to it

You lost. He won the ticket


You won’t be human any more

Without a face they tell you is yours

They hint that you have a choice

To be miserable before others rejoice


Corporate need their balance

So they give nature an imbalance

If you tell them that they lied

They tell you it was the truth on the other side


Bring it all back what it was

Let’s gamble who’s won and whose loss

Corporate tell you that you’re you

Just don’t do that unless we tell you to.

Submitted: October 20, 2017

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