New Occupation, 2012

The disenfranchised

finally

take to the streets; without jobs

they try to

formulate systems

inclusive

of everyone’s needs

by consensus: a

direct democracy for

small town change.

Local gains will be

miniscule,

national non-existent.

Fascists don’t

give up, they just die.

Corporate

mouthpieces seek

leaders to blame, a

list of demands, ribboned box

to veto.

Two of the

twenty-twelve candidates will

address these

issues, three percent

will vote for them, though

protests are

on behalf of the ninety

nine percent,

ninety six remain

unable to change.

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