Not what you thought I bet? Thought I bet you did, you’d never stand for this yet here you are 2021 not just living under its yolk but demanding all come under.  Bet you thought you’d be among the few that stood against it, no matter what, yet you’re not.

How now would you explain it away? That out of fear stood not for freedom not for liberty, No! You stood for tyranny. This poem is not to those that stood out, said no. It is for those that cower meekly, passports for health, jabs for jobs, masks for life, jabs to live out your life.

If freedom means less safety, then less safety it means, so be it. I shudder each night to think of this plight, the young and the yet to born, that will know no freedom because of a vacuum of moral. To think of the morrow, to think of what new mongering I shudder.

Tear zero they say, just lingo of its day, that says your only liberty is at the governments, permission, lingo for you are not free it be. Lockdowns the damaging unseen, economic and mental alike. The piper is due, his payment is large, a price to be paid in generations.

My freedom you see, was earned by the blood of the old, Ill surly not let them down, Our duty is to keep it, not lose it, despite what you think, this tyranny is no passing thing. What you do now will echo in eternity, are you on the wright side of history?

Published by Engine Mortale

Engine Mortale is my chosen pseudonym, I’ve chosen a pseudonym because I think it most appropriate as some of work will be rather personal. I figured this was the best way. I’m an autodidact, my to prominent fields of study’s are behaviour and philosophy, most recently art and poetry have been of keen interest. I hope genuinely that some good comes out of my out of this thing i call a life, if nothing else just that.

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