Alfred Barna


Just Hold The Line - Poem by Alfred Barna

They are pushing for another world wide war
Distraction shielding the money men behind the scenes
While they steal from what they could not steal before
By fielding lies from coveted crafty memes
Steering committees fueled by drugs, energy, and their remunerations
The vies us all as cattle to be controlled
They are the source fomenting the unrest amongst the nations
Yet now for them the bell has tolled

If we just hold the line
We can let them make their noose
If we just hold the line
We can stop nukes from letting loose
They own the news, they own the jobs
So they fear little from the slobs
If we just hold the line
We can sit back and watch them squeal
If we just hold the line
Keep our cool, and they will reveal

Desire blazes within their hearts
Pretext for them to be our saviors
Yet they are subliminal shots
To all of our behaviors
Instituting humanistic drivel
They make themselves begin to drool
Whilst true humanity begins to shrivel
From their Jokers they call the tool

If we just hold the line
We can let them make their noose
If we just hold the line
We can stop nukes from letting loose
They own the news, they own the jobs
So they fear little from the slobs
If we just hold the line
We can sit back and watch them squeal
If we just hold the line
Keep our cool, and they will reveal

The bankers want to cover up their crimes
So they will spend billions to get us in the ring
Their talking heads slowly become mimes
While exposing how they try to run everything
Soros of Sorrows, Murdoch deeply in tow
Koch’s kindling for their master’s plans
Open up all of our eyes to the puppet show
Fear of Brzezinski now understands


Comments about Just Hold The Line by Alfred Barna

  • Rookie Jay Hall (3/30/2014 7:58:00 AM)

    Nice work. Truths certainly ring out from the stanzas. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, March 30, 2014

Poem Edited: Monday, March 31, 2014


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