A Mind Infinite

Infinity: The Views of a Dreamer

Culture of Alienation

Reality subjectively envisioned in the mind,

mindlessly floating through the smudge attempting to find a reason of being

Staring out the dirt stained glass in despair,

struggling to cope with the blinding force of the ivory walls coming closer together torturing the mind

Consume for consumption’s sake,

not of necessity, simply in a futile aim of inducing artificial joy

Firmly grip the noose around the idea of free thinking,

productivity must rise, “do you think society has time for day dreaming?”, a hum hastily replies

Feeling the vanity of it all?

Redirect your mind not towards an analysis; instead towards the indoctrination of faith

Feel free in the bars and cages,

for you have the opportunity to elect a candidate of which money will be surely kept stuffed into their pockets for the future of our nation!

No time to think; ignore what can be seen,

it’s just another day of living in modern for profit society, that is all



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