Powered matter leaves their origin, Into a land in the distance, Residing in the hearts of children Offering everything but resistance, Exchanging life and his riches For the taste of blood in their kisses.
A child is a sacrifice For what is right In the prophet’s eyes And minds that are blind To the lies that bind His cries and surmise-s. The prophet’s prophecy Is to gain profit from gases More flammable that propane. His fingers, crossed and lost, His veins, lost its blue, His skin, has turns chartreuse With the sight of the new moon.
A new dawn begins With the same sun, Covered by new clouds. Sounds of the innocent, Muffled by the lead they’re Buried in. Their fears of growth Disappear with their sight. But it’s alright, It’s in the name of Liberty, Currency, and Democracy.
I am starting to see the cracks in I. The voice that I could not differentiate from. The part of me I mistakenly identified as I. Whispers its grievances like ghost rolling upon 3am. As if my mind is its corridor to haunt. Oh, no longer I, the one that associates itself with me. The ego is the one who pronounces I. Hangs off your existence like Corporate America preys on the poor. The part of you and I that questions am. The one voice that separates us. Same as the fake border that pronounces mine, yours, and theirs. Ownership that never fails to remind you. It’s the voice that degrades you. Same as the men who teach boys that boundaries only exist for state lines. It’s the part of I, that am bears in the burdening of pretending… Pretending that the notion that you must be this or you must be that. The promises we keep to I instead of am. These are the same silent alliances our egos share. Parts of us that accepts submissively. That trades profit for war. That values trees as paper. That mistakes water as a product not a right. That part of I that tells you that the land belongs to I… But you see, you are not I, you are not the ego. The part of am reminds you that reminds that you – That you belong to the land, but the land does not belong to you…