• Others 25.07.2007

    Expectations press-on…to force an issue of social cancer;
    Searching for questions, but alas, finding elusive answers.
    Achievement arouses a discontented establishment of man,
    Raising eyebrows…to believe much more than he can.

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    Expectations press-on…to force an issue of social cancer;
    Searching for questions, and finding elusive answers.
    Achievement arouses a discontented establishment of man,
    Raising eyebrows…to believe much more than he can.

    Bewilderment races…like a rabbit dodging thorn bushes;
    His condition is smothered with shoves and pushes.
    Clinging to a thread of halfwit, society imposes a chase;
    He desperately attempts to fit-in a whimsical pace.

    Faster is better, with a strength to overcome the worse;
    Until, failure defines a measurement of the purse.
    A gold opinion subdues the capacity of an honest man,
    For the joke is on the house–“built upon the sand.”

    A chase moves beyond the normal capacity of the mind,
    Expecting the worse to be merely a simple kind.
    More lies, and social whys, lie beside man’s understanding;
    He resolves to cope wisely…upon a proper blending.

    Fools are afoot, running toward solutions that seem to fit,
    Only to discover the question and answer wasn’t it.
    Social expectations will fool the wisest form of wisdom,
    When norms come to be determined by the dumb.

    After all is said to pass a bill, set-rules to be just and true,
    Rightful causes render expectations on what to do.
    The original demand ask a question to establish an answer;
    So, proper forces-of-power may address a cancer.

    When gentle demeanor unravels some socialized twisting,
    Management produces a reward of patient insisting.
    Let all expectations recieve a measurement of treatment,
    And then hopefully, allow fresh restful contentment.
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