The Condemning World

A poem about a world without freedom

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1. The Condemning World

 

What if there was a world,

without freedom,

a towering dictator,

ruling us all,

by the tip of his tongue

 

where hope dies young,

bled from you,

whipped from you,

until you are nothing,

your life is gone,

blood seeping through the cracks,

of your hopeless misery

 

what if there was a world,

without meaning,

where stories are condemned,

poetry too,

because they are part of our souls

 

where love dies young,

bled from you,

whipped from you,

until you are nothing,

your life is gone,

blood seeping through the cracks,

of your hating torchured heart

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