Living life on the crutches of poverty
In a world without balance
The life of a beggar, a pitiful one
Waiting to die from a time gone by
Bounded by the hunger tearing his heart
He’s a platter for the homeless beasts
Night closes in on him carelessly
By day his wrinkles smile on a chapel floor
The rotten smell clung on him like dead meat
Whining at life, vomiting bitterness
Promises of a hopeless future
Clung on his rugged wool covering
One day in the life of a beggar
When the sky will open
And release the gifts of life
Redeeming the locust eaten years
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Sex is fun!
The act is heavenly!
Sex is everything that rules the world, it has unfortunately taken the place of love. What happened to love, kindness and you? Instead of that, we have Sex and Money.
Money is life-changing!
It’s friendly, sweet-evil, contagious!
Addictive, enchanting, magnetic!
The wad of cash keeps the struggle away!
Money gets things done, it makes the world go round, it’s the root of evil, yet it’s a necessity and therefore has taken over kindness and sincerity. In conclusion “something must be wrong” but you know what? Everything is wrong…
Power craves for money and sex, blinding every other purpose of life,
Creating ice cold bastards, blood-sucking demons, promoting struggle and fight.
Thinking we have the solution to poverty by hunting for more and more money? NO!
It makes us want more shit and creates this deep hole well in our heart that keeps getting wider and then we sink inside it and get burned up.
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My loneliness…still comes over me
sometimes…It’s a liminal, lost
sensation of having wandered wide,
endless boulevards, among rows of
orange trees, winter butterflies,
seasons reversed and out of order,
dogs barking from behind fences
meant to keep out intruders. It’s not
the place that impoverishes me but I
who bring my own sense of poverty,
of loss, to the place. It’s a sense of
near nothingness, as though I were
not as much a blank slate as an erased
chalkboard, still bearing illegible
smudges of smoothed-over writing.