Americans (a concise poem)

Mad carnivores staked on chains–
Sit near the spike and feel no loss
Of freedom at the circumference.


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-an average primate, trying to get by.
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One Response to Americans (a concise poem)

  1. dan says:

    The Chinese proverb about the blind man touching an elephant seems relevant. Actually I think it’s three blind men. But in our politically correct world it would be 1 blind man, 1 blind woman, and a 1 transgender, and they wouldn’t be blind, they would be visually impaired.

    I’m not sure where this comment was supposed to be going…

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