A Poem Made Indifferently

Back in 1983
By the Caribbean sea
The wind set us free
It was you, me, and the willow tree
You were a beautiful sight to see
And I could not disagree
The wall crumbled in three
We then tried to flee
Towards a land worryfree
Oh but the city
It was quite blurry
And no one saw clearly
Because their faces were filled with hypocrisy
The vision we saw was illusory
Oh the idiocy.

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