A preachy poem I wrote pt. 3

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Editorial and Opinion  |  House: Booksie Classic

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Strip the nature of its structure

Remove it from my bodily functions

So that, later on, I can buy me some nature at novelty auctions

Don't learn from Mesopotamia

Don't take lessons from Greece

Take them from this culture of greasy meals, speed and greedy fiends

And it's not like human kind is still going through negative age

as the nature itself starts to plague us with earthquakes and aids

We pack the wheat in storage bins

We hack the trees 'til shortage hits

And from all of this more or less immoral fall of men

the profits go in the pockets of those who now have all of bread

Prevent the animals from mating

and human beings from aging

And those who say nay, make safe that the public knows they're crazy

And I guess it does makes me a kind of a deranged person

that I don't like my vitamins to be owned by corporations

And what could be more sound, it's merely part of nature's test

how we suck away our pounds, replace them with major breasts

Strip the nature of its meaning

Remove it from my feelings

And, one day, we shall celebrate the day nature stopped breathing

Submitted: April 09, 2012

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i can relate on what you're referring about..
another good poem..

Tue, April 17th, 2012 12:08pm

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