To Whom It May Concern

January 3, 2008
By Max Johnson, Centerville, IN

To whom it may concern

What else is there of life to learn

Love, money, desire, its all the same

The stereotypical society is the only one to blame

Lost is the image of decency and chivalry,forgotten with the sands of time

Now just a hollowed out image worthless as the begotten grime

Values of old are nothing now but food for the birds

Food for thought of the forlorn words

Give me a reason to believe the superficial message constantly force-fed

Only if we hadn't overlooked that obvious presage of the dead

It seems as though all these ads sell something no one can be

Your eyes are open but all those signs you cant see

If tragedy is so appealing to society, then disaster must be addiction

It's driven by the fires caused by the politicians' constant friction

What is this over exuberant patriotism?

Only the guise of democratic communism

The fascists of old seem to making their re-appearance in our lovely nation

The subliminal and conforming message broadcasted on every station

If this is all we have to live for

Then I am done forever more

Now you know the disgusting fact

Will you now take this opportune time to act?

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MELLOW said...
on Aug. 13 2008 at 6:08 pm
deep words my friend, deep words

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