Writing On Wednesdays #15 ‘A Case Against Willful Ignorance’

Buried: Part 1.

You have forfeit
your past,
in the name of
fruitless
spending and mountains
made of paper,
dyed into
colours that tell
you how much
you are worth.

Uncovered: Part 2.

Memories repressed,
haunt your
dreams.
Haven’t you learned
yet?
Wounds ignored,
fester,
infect, growing
bacteria,
occupying all life.

Exhumed: Part 3.

All that was
obscured
by the persuasion
of your lies,
will soon manifest,
and with it
a reckoning
will fall upon your conceit.
Now, from the ground, behold
the infinite bodies at your feet.

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