Has anyone actually heard our demise beyond the static?
Listened closely to such chatter which we translate by excuse?
The ending feels so close, but alas, I cannot seize it. I’m allowed to merely suffer while depression leaves me deaf.
I’m noticing indifference building lies amid confusion self-imposed by sheer denial or the fact some suffer less – which I doubt was God’s intention, though our laws and actions structure how society begs compliance based on answers hate has sown.
Across the board we’re greedy, even when it means existing alongside one whole damn planet slowly choking from these pills – what bad medicine nature swallow’s off the hands still claiming order held in place by business ethics shallow spirits think are fruit.
Their hunger means much more, without context they could fathom – such true needs are only serviced through creation left untouched.
But that wouldn’t count for excess or what joy this arrogance peddles as successful, though deliberate, while pursuing aimless thrills.
That radio keeps on blasting every song God warned was dangerous, rousing tunes which vie with envy for what chart their bias tops.
And the anchors keep on speaking as their hair waves in that picture, with long faces shown on TVs during hours spent at work – eating frozen foods accepted without family near but calling via cellphones placed on tables so they multitask at death.
We’re teeming with statistics to the point they’re actually screaming – eliciting cries now whirring in the background of our pride.
Forgetfulness murders reason by what language whines delightedly over discourse still acknowledging human shrieks that no one stops.
That’s the truth, as loud as it gets – a roaring cannon of ignorance drowning out those low-pitched demons while we raise our voices loud and pretend that silence lingers when tomorrow feels too heavy or our burdens grow existential beyond quotas fear upholds.
People die and pray for quiet. Not for change, but faint suggestions for improving easy bias on those terms their comforts yield.
I’m sick of white noise roaring before every powerful speaker. It’s time some colorful music yells it’s melodies long unknown – shouting anthems all can trust and enjoy without distinction drawn from stories shaped by limits across borders ballads break.
Simultaneous conditions aren’t how these strains were written, yet our harmonies soon supported helps agreeing orchestras play.
Melodies then prevail.
We’re sounding better together, though behind us cymbals crash.
Tackling everything, all at once. For some songs are hard to focus.
I say we’ll always have to if we long to dance again.
- J. Pigno