Put a damn mask on. You are not being oppressed. This is public health. Cornell University 42 USC 264
I sit down again for the thirteenth time In regret of the troubling times Awash with grey fog & Casting off knotty ropes Supposing someone comes along At a fantastic clip Eager to restructure These kings horses & men may very well be The cause and cure of calamity
Checking on your pulse, My heart stopped when I heard it; The ceiling crashing.
When under the gun, Behind full metal jackets; Are rounds of reason. There is no reason, Contradicting apparent; Which side are you on?
I watched him leave the platform Suitcase in hand, putting his hat on his head Right foot Left behind As the train was departing. Shrieking metal, the clamor of voices; an overhead command He was, for lack of a better word Leaving a mark on society All in all just another stain on the wall... Continue Reading →