Occupy Poetry

THE 10 COMMANDMENTS OF MODERN SOCIETY

BY Stefan Mayerhofer

do constantly avoid to work
just for the money as its jerk
and do not feel ashamed
if enforced labour gets decreased
the system has to fall at least
and progress can be gained!

do constantly avoid to keep
your money on the bank for weak-
ening the flow of cash
so if the cash-flow gets refused
the world will see a noble boost
when money turns to trash!

do constantly avoid to buy
new things they are a reason why
the system keeps maintained
if mass consumption gets decreased
the system has to fall at least
and "Venus" can be gained!

do constantly avoid to keep
up old traditions worn and weak
they only break your stride
if stiff traditions get refused
the world will see a novel boost
when narrow turns to wide!

get rid of your conditioned mock
appearances they balk and block
the freedom of mankind
if sick conditions get decreased
the system has to fall at least
and sanity you`ll find!

do not participate in war
not knowing what you`re fighting for
and set your weapons free
if global warfare gets refused
the world will see a glorious boost
towards humanity!

do not elect some leadership
some puppets driven by the whip
of "profitablishment"
so if the politics decrease
the system`s going on its knees
by our peaceful hand!

stand up for just equality
for human ingenuity
and borders will dissolve
if patriotism gets refused
the world will see a mutual boost
when concord can evolve!

build up communities of change
that share the whole with all and range
all over our globe
so if partition gets decreased
the system has to fall at least
there is new room for hope!

be always just the one you are
do always trust your shining star
awareness you will see
and if awareness gets infused
the world will see its greatest boost
towards divinity!

feel free to watch this "MultiMedia" poem on
youtube.com/derkontrahent/videos

From: 
Stefan Mayerhofer

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