Sunday, April 11, 2010

The Rabbit Hole

I'm in the rabbit hole deep in the ground

On the surface I do not surround

Myself with the cattle and the sheep

Where I dwell I don't often sleep

The surface is for those in a stream of limited consciousness

They eat from the grass of the dominant

They soak in the unnatural air of slavery

I stand alone in the hole with undying bravery

On the surface the cattle are shielded from the truth

They willingly place their necks in the noose

The strangle hold of society grips so tight

The cattle are unaware of their plight

In the hole my awareness is keen

On the surface they watch but much goes unseen

I come out to watch them graze

Stuck on the surface mind in a haze

In the rabbit hole distant from the masses

I watch the minds of the cattle burn to ashes

Deep in the rabbit hole

1 comment:

  1. I LOVE this piece. Very true, I often say "There are many sheep and a few shepherds"....same concept. :)!