In The Woes of Laissez-Faire & Autocracy

Today, they are coruscated with medals

that are worth gold

Within derisory glares,

they stumble on us, the commoners

of the ever partial society

Their future is as dormant as the present

while they pirouette like circus elephants,

Spiralling with opulence

to the weary hearts of the peasants tied to dirt

Today,

they manoeuvre

we starve

they inveigh

we fret

 

 

 

As each day approaches,

we light up our candles

for a better tomorrow

Tomorrow comes,

they inveigh

we fret

they manoeuvre

we starve

 

 

Tomorrow, they will coruscate with medals

that are worth lives

they will manoeuvre

we’ll starve

they will inveigh

we’ll fret & obliterate

 

 

In the woes of laissez-faire or autocracy ?

In a political simpleton,

their shoes bliss with refulgence

and faces adorn with enigmatic smiles

We, as commoners, commune of a new thought, to which this cacophony ought to be re-framed

The day after tomorrow,

they’ll manoeuvre

we’ll starve

they will inveigh & obliterate

Then, we may rebel

devoid of jurisprudence,

Since they have drunk more than necessary..

Laissez-Faire or Autocracy ?

 

 

 

 

 

(The spine bends when the soul is bent,

it’s time, but the conduct of my life has & always will be the echo & mirror of my conscience, which doesn’t allow deceit or deviations of any kind’

– Dictators, P95 by Brian Glanville)

 

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