Floy Dy (Floyd) Ra (Floydson)


Obsolete


There are followers on twitter
but no leaders
there is fellowship
but no readers

There are subscribers on facebook
but no printers
there is friendship
but no contact in real through your winter

There are singer/songwriter on YouTube
but no concert to go and watch, dude
there are comments and clicks
but no real people you dig with

There are media like TV
but no empathy
there are printed news
but some use them in their shoes

There are books
but inside no good´s
there are i-phones and smarts
but they separate you from hearts

There are unknown leaders
but their politics are heaters
there are sometimes character and respect
but no friends when you got hacked

There are spies in our web
but no laws against crap
there are elections and corruption
but no lived solidarity or solution

Everything is obsolete and a lie
there are no more answers
for your life
and you know why.

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Floy Dy Ra,09-19-13

Submitted: Thursday, September 19, 2013
Edited: Saturday, September 21, 2013

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