Treasure Island

Paul Cutting

(11/26/58 / New Haven CT)

Evil ideologues


They are bad and we are good
I just don't want them in my neighborhood
cause we are this and they are that
why don't they see how wrong they are
and see how right is that
they are blind and we can see
don't they know, just ask me
we are on the side of God
and they are evil ideologues
my Color is this and there Color is that
and that's OK for flowers and cats

They must die so we can live
We don't care what they have achieved
We killed that man for his beliefs
what have I to do with his family's grief
and look at the child with tears running down his face
don't show those pictures, its out of place
who are we and who are they
Oh yes we are all the human race

Submitted: Saturday, September 05, 2009
Edited: Friday, September 11, 2009
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