What have we done?


Oh world what have we done?
We keep on feeding the greedy
Senseless fights we have
People need to be educated
Of what’s happening around em
28 pages we missed
Coz they said it was classified
28 pages that tell you
What really happened to 9/11
Speaks the truth about middle east
Why such information need to be hidden

Wars emerge, soldiers think
It is the right thing
You give them this
False sense of heroism
Leaders lying to our faces
In search for endless necessity for money
A paper that should’ve meant
I owe u something
Not define our social standing
Creating a separation
Amongst its people

The six corporations
control what we see on tv
The news are filtered
They dictate a one sided story
Stirring fear in every citizen
So, we’d think we are the incapable
A conditioning to conceive victim’s mind-set
So we’d think we need the gov’t to save us
Painting a gruesome world
Where being soft is defined as weak
Where hate should be answered with hate
But it is love that heals hate

Not mention the the great Big Pharma
Ruling over our medicines
Instead of healing patients
They keep creating customers!

And of course, Monsanto
Food is what they deprive
If GMO is their answer
Eliminating the hungry
Why the hell
Children are still starving
Suffering, dying from malnutrition
We are not as retarded as u think
You modify our foods
Patent every seeds
Coz your damn motto
Control the food, control the world
Artificial sugar you put
To elevate our moods
Then followed by depression
And you tell me, she’s bipolar
He’s psychotic
Diseases you give rise to
Coz we stopped eating foods
Rather food like products
A cheap poison we willfully ingest
So, we knock on big pharma
Desperately seeking for cure
A deadly cycle of consumerism
We keep repeating

And look at our generation
Everyone’s running around
As if on a rat race
They let us think
We should be thankful for our jobs
But it is us that make them rich
They should be thanking us
8 hours a day, 5 hours a week
Just to play the role
Of society’s doormat

What we need is be educated
Dare to question everything
This endless selfishness
Easily offended by posts, literatures
That oppose that standardized beliefs
Angry coz his god differ from yours
Or his life is not governed by a holy book
Everyone’s taking offense
On stuff that doesn’t matter
That boils down to everyone’s selfishness
Coz thinking that they are always right
Is a subject gratifying the ego
We need to eradicate
This self-centeredness

Oh darling, open your eyes
Do i need to spell this out to you
this is the matrix i speak of
This is what’s happening
We all need everyone’s help
Realize that power lies in us
For we are, boundless, infinite beings
Never let anyone tell you otherwise
Never too late to change..

Familiar fire


Image by kit

It wasn’t the darkness that made me blind
A reassured conviction of the falsely trapped
Another paradox that never really clarified
The fine line between death and rebirth; oblivion and consciousness
Never recovering from the confusion
Scarcity of lucidity and loss of ones light
But you’ve shown me one of the many dichotomies of life
Coz it was in the dark when I felt your touch
A meeting which reminded me of a thousand years
Babe, it was never clear
But you had always felt familiar
Remembering how your fingertips ignited a profound fire within
Like a slow burning anticipation of desire
In the darkness you have concealed and showed everything
I may be writing this from a distant memory
Many lifetimes you and I might have shared before
Still, something tells me, a nagging feeling
From the moment my eyes met yours
I felt every fiber of my heart
Bringing forth fabric of beats in detailed symphonies
Stirring old centuries,
Awakening a millennia of great joy and happiness
Pulsating wildly and contained in that single fraction of time
I saw the beauty you’ve never shown
Like a lovely bonfire perfectly set on this calm peaceful lake
Even the moonlight failed to outshine you
The shadows, the coldness of the world
It only commemorated your warmth

And, no, my mind can never be sure
It couldn’t grasp the suspicions that raged my soul
Explanations, it can never find
But- Darlin’ I know,
I was always yours, and you were mine after all..

How, why, and wouldn’t it be?

Why does good always vanish?
Upon the eyes of the many
We’re all able to distinguish
Quicker to understand
What is it that went wrong
The bad things often
Complicate our minds
Yet, for us, those thoughts
Are easier to entertain
How did we become
So greedy
Money, natural energy
Oil, rocks, crystal
Artificial high we can’t
Get enough
I’m guilty, I am one
Alcohol, wine
Whatever it is
To sublime dignity and honor
Horror is what our world
Should be called
When we see someone
We hit that hammer
Several times
Look at us
What have we become
Exploiting nature
Exploiting mankind
Was it evolution
That made us so cruel
Please don’t blame
Eve and that precious apple
There is a simple question
That doesn’t seek an answer
Yet needs to be raised
Why is it easier
To accept our neighbors
As horrendous
That the person next to you
Is society’s poison
That our fellowman
Is a two faced liar
But, it’s so damn hard
To decipher the
Simple “do gooders”
In this world
Where people are
So articulate and wise
How can we be so stupid?
Again, my friend
The question doesn’t need
Your brilliant answer
Of how you have come up
To such astonishing
Breakdown of variables
We’re always
In denial of the good
That Kubler Ross design
Should be used
To grieve our bitter side
Not use it as armor
There is good in
Each and one of us
Stop looking at my mistakes
For god’s sake!
Stop looking down at your feet
Pay attention
How could you show empathy?
If you keep on looking
At your own reflection
We are each other’s hope
Please, let us not fail
‘Coz if we do,
What would our neighbors say?
The person next to you
Can’t you hear them?
Though in silence they’re
Screaming out for help
Trying desperately
To grab hold of
Someone’s hand
‘Coz they’re sinking
Sinking to the abyss
Like each and one of us is
Honestly, it had been
We all need
Some sort of retreat
Can you be mine?
Just for tonight
What do you say?
We’re all in this
Masquerade, a play
Why not, wake up
That sleeping light
Yes, pass it on
Let it illuminate
Can you imagine?
What this place would be
At such distance
In this vast darkness
And insignificance
Our world
Appears a little brighter
At least,
Everyone can breathe
A little better
Wouldn’t it be?
Worth it

June 17, 2014