Of so many sad unhappy confused and
mean faces, clown faces, disturbed haunting faces
many that chase me in my dreams and nightmares
faces, cracked old and weathered tired homeless faces,
not finding peace or happiness in our mad world
of Disturbia faces.
So what can we do to change our faces, do we put on happier
makeup, can we fill the cracks with the fountain of youth,
or better still immortality faces for what it’s worth to these
sad worn out faces haunting me still.
What does it all mean this scene of destruction, faces?
so proud and stubborn rich and poor many forgotten faces
crying tears, streaming down so tragic on children’s faces,
losing their momma and papa in a sea of faces.
Lost and deserted walk the streets of lonely infested
with crime prostitution and death faces, with no faces our
races care little but the political hypocrites who want
faces to be blurred intoxicated put on hold for their own
agenda faces will force us to swallow their swill of pomp
and skewed political faces, with frowns from the public
faces who vote these faces into power
shame on those arrogant political faces.
Who deflower us all with their greed and power then
overpower us common faces who without us would hide
their faces in shame those silly faces we cast a vote and
brighten their faces once more as they rub their hands
knowing we the taxpayers pay their wages to commit
fraud in the name of power to serve and protect
themselves with their dirty faces.
They won’t hide their faces unless our faces uncover
them for who they are political trash in power to make
our faces cringe with shame for placing them in the
power game as we cry freedom to all the faces that are
dying in their beds at night from lack of food medicine
homes and jobs so sad these faces.
These faces suffer alone while the power
is given to those to spend and ruin our countries faces
by plunging us into debt so deep that even a grave digger
cries with his face buried in his hands while so many tired
and angry faces cry from their graves in shame
for whom we’ve become a faceless
society of hopeless faces.
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