Paranoia

The sun has gone but heavy heat remains
The trees wave feebly  in the subtle breeze
And paranoia over us still reigns

Sullen on a diet of men’s brains
With fire and indignation the world screams
The sun has gone but heavy heat remains

The population by sharp fear restrained
The fires of hell  lit up the world of blame
And paranoia over us still reigns

 

As the leaders blame the poor again
Do they wish to kill the weak in flames?
The sun has gone but heavy heat remains

 

No need to imitate the Nazis and their trains
Austerity, a nightmare not a dream
So paranoia over us still reigns

The poor are weak and seen just as a drain
Those who work  may eat yet danger looms
The sun has gone but heavy heat remains

The victims lie,  just burning ash entombed
The firefighters work daily, search resumed
The sun has gone but heavy heat remains
And paranoia over us still reigns

 

 

 

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About Kate Thwaite

I love writing , conversation, art, wild flowers, music and air.And books
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