Heart Paddling


Back in our
younger days

when we were
loose and free

radical socialists
were we

Dreaming
of eradicating poverty

Spreading the wealth
was our theme

Now we’re middle aged
consumer citizens

Fully mortgaged
and drowning in debt

Grumbling
about high taxes
and the welfare state

Trying desperately
to hold on
to what little we’ve got

and yet

the chasm
of economic disparity
has never been deeper

The case for equality
we once embraced
has never been greater

Perhaps it’s not too late

for middle of the road us

to get radicalized again

99percent

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