60 Seconds Of Fame: A Poem About Our Young Generation

Man sees the soul as a fictitious fantasy

Which once existed in the stories of wise elders.

Children unthankful for their mother’s ⠏⠗⠕⠧⠊⠨⠝⠒

Entangled in the clutter of self-worth and greed,

With a sweet sprinkle of entitlement.

Chores and homework have become methods of ⠍⠁⠝⠊⠏⠥⠇⠁⠰⠝⠒

To demand the temporal rewards of youth;

Detesting a two letter word:

NO!

Many young children dream of a beautiful ⠇⠯

Where their lost treasure would promise them a perverted paradise;

Chasing after celebrities, and faves on ⠠⠎⠝⠁⠏⠡⠁⠞

In a place called Hollywood: the Majestic Habitat!

Welcome to Hollywood, all ye desperate!

Satan has spoiled them with 60 seconds of ⠋⠁⠍⠑⠂

And without the rod of Godly discipline, they will soon discover eternal shame. 😦

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