Societal Collapse

Societal Collapse

Here in a culture so inattentive,
We turn a blind eye to reality,
Because reality is so offensive.

So we tolerate exclusivity,
By including all of our outcasts,
In the grand scheme of losers,
At the brink of societal collapse.

He's gay; shes's straight,
They're black, I'm white,
All terms given by our forefathers.
The so-called God-fearers,
Who turned out to be faithless impostors.

Humanity is lost,
Humiliated at best,
Humbled inevitably,
Humming a nocturne of our own foreboding.

Not of death, but of silence,
In a culture so breathless and frightened,
And so de-evolution begins.

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