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    Ah yes!…but Capital, your high prices
    chip away!…upon this free society.
    Our God-given confidence falters rightly,
    walking the streets of our sobriety.

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    Ah yes!…but Capital, your high prices
    chip away!…upon this free society.
    Our God-given confidence falters rightly,
    walking the streets of our sobriety.

    You now, charge for commodities–like
    pride is a power-angle of freedom.
    The more wealth you seem to possess,
    the greater your capital kingdom.

    Pardon my impertenance, but look here;
    power claims a right to be valid.
    Prices align with a bold tactful system,
    to execute what the Jones’ did.

    If your demented design reflects an ego,
    your survival displays corruption.
    Since a free society is compelled to pay,
    prices push liberty beyond dimension.

    You claim a systematic law–to charge,
    for the cost-of-living is universal.
    Therefore, every poor American citizen
    must pray–for a costly reversal.

    The American dream–once set in stone;
    liberty is the hope that was sought.
    Freedom is not free, when lost in prices;
    going to-and-fro cannot be bought.

    Legally, you accuse!…citizen-compliants
    reflect peasants…with chips to glorify.
    And that people have lost the real dream,
    which money offers an angle to dignify.

    Unqualified, with a large degree of strut,
    citizens fail to realize this costly set.
    Your prices are designed by your genius,
    to wrap-up poverty in a bondage net.

    Lo and behold, if your ego claims validity,
    to corrupt the dreams of all mankind,
    Then, a lose of our liberty is also correct,
    to chip at power–of the legally blind.

    If systematic corruption claims to be valid,
    in building the tower of a wealthy ego,
    Then cold poverty of the masses must cite
    the American right–to come and go.
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