Treasure Island

Steven Harris


What Will We Get Next


Time moves so fast
the view out of my window changes everyday
new buildings and new roads
and new arseholes fill the empty spaces
the human race moves along
more arseholes coming up with new ideas
and even more faces brought to tears
i sit back and watch
my feelings towards it wont change
they're all arseholes
i have no faith in the human race
they put me behind
and they continue to raise the stakes
all these buildings, roads and trash holes
what a state this is
what arseholes will we get next.

Submitted: Friday, March 22, 2013
Edited: Friday, March 22, 2013
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