Have you ever Wondered?

Have you ever Wondered?

A Poem by Lewis Kenny
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Have you ever wondered why it's called television?
It's because it brings you to the brink
of being told what to see, hear and think
instead forces your brains capacity to shrink, 
Put's you out of sync with the real world of which you once had a link
Just so they can, by false means, sell you a vision.

Have you ever wondered why it's called a loan?
It's because you'll slave to pay it back,
all of which they track
and if you show any slack, 
they put your assets under ceaseless attack, until you crack
All of which isolates and makes one alone.

Have you ever wondered why it's called debt?
It's because its rise is exponentially
draining us of all potential
we have in this world to sensibly 
move forward, away from this lowered 
quality of life which dwindles until til your death.

Have you ever wondered why they're called prophets?
It's because their entity experimentally
preach to the reach the many heavenly
but they're actually the enemy of the friendly
because to share and care is the opposite of indemnity,
all which is in the name of, not God, but profits.

© 2013 Lewis Kenny


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I did wonder and I appreciate you are writing about them....Bravo

Posted 5 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

A very deep and emotional poem, you have a very good style and it is 100% balanced. Good job.
Rating - Epic
100/100
~Peter

Posted 5 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Lewis Kenny

5 Years Ago

Cheers Peter thanks very much
Random Peter

5 Years Ago

You are welcome

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Lewis Kenny
Lewis Kenny

Dublin, Leinster, Ireland



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A Poem by Lewis Kenny