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Author Name: Freexfinity 4 Comments
Date Added: November 05, 2008 12:11:49 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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We The People
 

Relict of a union

Formerly united

Blinded difference

ultimately divided


Tears shed for milk

Bitter is the honey

Bees become extinct

No pollinating money


Voices undisturbed

beneath the rubble

Justified in thought

causing no trouble


“We the People”

having no eyes

Dialect too vague

Over deafening cries


Author's Notes:
My thoughts at the time of writing this poem were that we are so blinded by differences and skin color that we can not see past that in order to address the real problems of this nation. The poem was based on Einsteins supposed quote “If the bee disappeared off the surface of the globe then man would only have four years of life left".
There are different referrences in each stanza and I hope they are not too vague and that everyone understands the meaning.
Honest thoughts and interpretations are appreciated and welcomed.
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Comments:
Comment By: FreeMujtaba H Zaidi on August 31, 2009 01:02:50 AM Report
It is undoubtedly a deep and thought-provoking poem, which refelcts the colours that nature offers to man!
Comment By: PremiumEric Siedzikowski on August 22, 2009 06:19:26 AM Report
Magnificent write that foments thought about poem.
Comment By: FreeS on November 5, 2008 07:13:21 PM Report
Einstein actually didn't say that quote, its falsely attributed to him but i like the way you kept this poem tight and structured, but i would have liked to see more depth too.

good work
shoaib

Comment By: FreeBruce A. Peaslee on November 5, 2008 04:46:55 PM Report
Kay -This is an interesting poem, as much as we vilify the US for our human failings.  Consider how politics are in other countries. Are we imperfect,,, yes but It is much worse elsewhere.

 

 

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