Does this poem offend you?

Does it offend If I tell you That you are eating the flesh Of a murdered individual? That your stomach is now A tomb for piece Or rotting body parts Not resting peacefully That your tongue enjoys The taste of suffering Mutilation And death That your omelet Was the product Of mass murder of baby …

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If I lent you my eyes

These days I feel Such sadness I understand How the suffragettes The pro abolitionists Those fighting In the past Against a social injustice Felt It can feel Like banging your head Against a wall Hoping to knock A few pebbles Loose Yet The wall stubbornly remains It does not realize How illogical it is being …

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Not your typical neuro

Knowledge is like a drug Fun facts stimulating synapses Until I babble and bubble over Like a pot on the stove Or a computer Too much too fast And you can short circuit It is worse when You want someone else’s mind To dance with you But no one can They think this swirling beautiful …

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