The black market of yester-year (*1)
Slavery, born on a farm
Social development, evolution
In process fostering harm
The past is but a memory
Incarnations take us beyond. . .
A wife unforgiving infidelity
Won’t last in the marriage long (*2)
To live within a distant past
Loses the point of the NOW
Finds one a prisoner inside their skin
Destined to fail somehow
Within the current culture
The few attempting to lead
Exacerbate a distant past
To help their agenda succeed
To buy and hold this worthless gold
Steals the force that you are
Victimization of a race
Just Globalists agendizing scars.
(*1) It was the African Queen Zinca that sold her people into slavery.
(*2) Metaphorically speaking, if you can’t let go of something that has
hurt you, it will eventually cause a rupture.