systemic social justice

 

you must hold
your place
in
the queue
if
you’re
going
to
move forward
stepping
outside
of
the queue
means
you’ll forfeit
your
rightful
opportunity
to
get to
the front
of
the line
lesser beings
have left
the line
and
thus
made room
for
others
and
of course
moving
you
ever closer
to
the front
of
the queue
the whole
process
is
enhanced
by
death
divorce
and
insanity
barring
such
an event
for
you
you’re guaranteed
a
position
at
the front
of
the line
of
some
duration

 

© 2018, Charles W. Martin

Author:

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