jerome moore


What Will The Future Bring?


What will the future bring?
senior citizens colored in ink
pierces by metals
altered with synthetics
Will they still chill?
What would be the new place of worship?
What will future generations do to rebel?
not wear make up
not get tattoos
Not get piercings
village of the damned
all uniformity.
How will the food water air and drugs of today effect and defect the future?
will echo become retro
Will hip hop still be here?
Will Morrissey become a cyborg
will he have a cyborg dick?
What will the future bring
Will the seniors continue to trend set, judge,
fashion jump?
Will they still have music blogs?
Will they still network?
Will the world become run by tribes again?
Will everyone have a Bizarro replica?
Will the liberty bell break?
the tower fall?
The canyon sink?
The cities become graveyards?

What Will the future bring?

Submitted: Thursday, August 29, 2013
Edited: Thursday, August 29, 2013

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