I saw souls on roofs of cars stopped at lights brandishing tearful smiles
Collective lungs breathing a world into creation on street two joys at a time
Anger the distant came in icy glossy glow of sleepy motorists
Tired from a lifetime commute in vain
Shadows in corners on rooftops staring like snipers through throw away lenses
Accountants glaring from corporate windows under fluorescent halos
Children begging mothers for bubbles to mean a demand for peace
Mini John Browns screaming through microphones brisk and beautiful
The silence of candles and flowers dancing around policemen's blue heads
Sounds of interstates choking on the tears of adrenaline masses
Black fingernailed hands chalking sidewalks in liberation
McDonald's windows spider smashed in the name of anti-vandals -
No more golden arches and mosquito repellent chain coffee
Corporate casual smirks as an apology for existing all for frowns
Tear it down!
No more priority deadlines consumer spreadsheet Powerpoint Windows pension anything
No more Imperial musical score death phrases or smirky smiled anchors
"Real Drones, Real Apathy"
No more six assholes primetime dancing in a fountain for our after work fast food fix
No more "Happy Hour"
No more pursuit of happiness in Nike stores or standard option golden chariots
No more great benefits and damn good pensions to alleviate security far from social
No more happy consumer K-Mart faced children
No more sex proves Mayonaisse is worth your dollar
No more mergersstockexchangearmanigodmanicprozacbeerburpslookattheassonher!
Shut It Down! Shut It Down! Shut It Down!
In the name of the father, hollow be their name
Thy Kingdom Come Shall Be Undone
As Earth is Our Heaven