Real Idealism

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Non-Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic

Submitted: July 13, 2018

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Real Idealism

 

I can't seem to relate, to a culture of discrimination and hate.

These negatives will perpetuate, so instead, I choose to create to put food on my plate.

I lead and demonstrate, my power surges from my faith, from my need to contemplate and shape meaning from the great teachings and philosophies, puzzles from Socrates.

Striking mythologies provoke my hypotheses that corporate monopolies are relentlessly stopping me from exposing their hypocrisy. 

So please give me a democracy where the media will stop cropping the American idolatry of materialistic celebrities to the front page of Hollywood's center stage... I'm completely enraged.

Let's get over the craze of superficial haze and find yourself amazed of the ways capitalism pays while corruption betrays the very people who laid the foundations we call the home of the brave now turned into slaves hoping for that mo'fuckin raise. 

Well, I'm here to relay the truth we all crave, there's no need for delay so I got to say there's a better way. 

Children relate, find love in the hate, they choose to create. 

This life can be great, imagine a clean slate. 

Nothing could irritate our complex structural state. We have role models to imitate with prophetic traits, it is never too late. 

 

Universal truths are innate.

 

Modern religions use politics as bait to distract from the message, this is our mistake.

Although communities congregate we still concentrate on judgments we take instead of the contributions we make. No wonder it's so hard to relate when we can't escape the hate. 


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