The Monopoly Of Life
The Monopoly Of Life1 min 160 1 min 160
For one moment let us all pretend,
That all we want is freedom and not a political end.
The flags are real, not to be lend,
Between the inter-state disputes; only soldiers are sent.
Blood is shed only by valiants,
Why? Aren't we too a political rebellion?
I often deem; "How did we betide to be so lean?"
Is it only because we weren't keen?
It's the monopoly since Homo Sapiens reign.
In this life blazing glow,
Only 'monopoly' people know.
Bartering was always a chance;
Ah! I wish they then had enhanced.
Now, what's in our stride,
Will soon be too washed away by tides.
Let me lend you some supply to tend; Your monopoly of freedom at shore's bends ends.