We wished upon a falling star, but our hearts fell into darkness. The yellow brick road led to dystopia, our ideas designed from deception. Legislative voting is now life insurance; our time is unprecedented, a pessimist’s dream, an optimist’s nightmare.
The notion of simplicity is complicity in nature. We cannot contest what we cannot see. Now, life teeters on a mandate. In sickness and in health, we wear the mark. Liberty is death; we cannot buy nor sell without compliance. Let freedom ring.