This Game

Throw a spoken poem, I can say more some times, then by conversations with, those who, seem to be no more then just an agent, of societies inquisition
The one that came about spontaneously
Spontaneously by the education system acting as there is only one way we humans learn, and one way we out to be, over and over again
They did it over and over again
No, we won’t by this stuff
Oh… what we must by this stuff if we are to win, this game
You see the problem is must of us play, this game, all to willingly unaware, that most of the goods, which are marketed to us where proudest in conditions, which hurt and hinder the worker and the environment
You see I won’t to not by these goods but I must, because I can’t afford the foe presenter that where actually made will, respecting the worker and the environment, because I have chosen to be trough to who I am, and not become who they want me to be
Who they won’t me to be, is a walking billboard with company slogans on my chest
Who they won’t me to be, is a towel, which will help to feed the greed of motley national companies
No I won’t be who way won’t me to be,
Instead I will listen to my conscience
And my conscience says, it is important for us to try not to lows our individuality, because if we did, then we will be no more then automatons, which can be reprogrammed at will by propaganda from a terrorist group, cropped governments, or any big organization with nefarious, or self satisfying intensions
Throw a spoken poem, I can say more some times, then by conversations with, those who, seem to be no more then just an agent, of societies inquisition
The one that came about spontaneously
Spontaneously by the education system acting as there is only one way we humans learn, and one way we out to be, over and over again

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One response to “This Game

  1. learn how to spell dude. seriously. otherwise, it’s a great poem with a great message that i believe most of us think about everyday. keep on doing what your doing ’cause your doing great.

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