Treasure Island

Alisha Ricks

(United States)

A Hashed World


The world we were born in is
No longer the world we once knew
It has become corrupted to where it’s
Unbearable to live upon

A hashed world

Where did our world go?
What lies beneath still waters?

Our world is filled with escalating
Crimes, war, and diseases

Depravity spreads through the land
Leashing its misery
Seizing the impotent
As we stand in turmoil

A hashed world

We must dominate
Continue the battle for what we believe in
If we don’t; therefore everything is depleted

An abomination occurs daily
It’s like a never ending nightmare

I look at the world in its entirety
Say to myself there is no world
It’s gone and never will be restored

Submitted: Tuesday, April 19, 2011

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