Faceless Wonders

by A.B. Wilson Jr.

On the surface we see one thing.

Inside there is a distant soul.

They speak in elquent tones.

Their statements have a controled acceptance.

They walk in confused circles.

Their actions are correct on a limited basis.

There is a blantant denial of reality.

They copy those of perceived choice.

There is a rejection of their surface view.

The opinions they have are programmed.

There is a very limited vision.

Their focus is one of indifference.

They challenge their own destiny.

They smile at the choice of existance.

They frown at their true being.

They are filled with intolerance.

They lack the strength of their own convictions.

They are slaves to the choice.

They speak for the other side.

Living totally for that choice.

They lack substance.

They are even unknowm to themselves.

The success they have is crawled.

The world they live in is filled with anbivilance.

They have fallen into a trap.

It is a trap that takes their face.

They fail to unite with their face.

Their faces are displaced.

They just have become faceless.

Faceless Wonders by A.B. Wilson Jr

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