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Fear The Right Type of Human

By Brian King All Rights Reserved ©

Poetry

Chapter 1

Do hate the evil in this world, Fear those who play in the light and darkness of the world

Do hate the practitioners of religion, Fear those without moral

Do hate “The Man”, Fear the ranked underneath their authority

Do hate the politician, Fear the armed forces who heed their orders

Do hate the government, Fear those that have their secrets

Do hate the murderers, Fear those who invented their ammo

Do hate the wild, Fear the controlling

Hate the brutes, Fear the scientists

Do hate the unknown, Fear the knowledge

Always fear the researchers, scientists, analysts, intelligent, nerds, dorks, smart ones, dweebs. Fear those who have the knowledge of Humans’ birth, death, history, and evolution. Fear those who have labeled and classified everything in the world.

Who REALLY knows the truth if the terrifyingly intelligent individuals simply say so.

End of Prologue.



Throughout history, humans, great and evil, come to be revered or feared for accomplishments and/or actions. Because of these actions, a wise man said; "Those who do not learn of the past are doomed to repeat them." Whether this was to dissuade against repetitive actions and stress to evolve instead was not clear and left to the reader's connotation. But the more common derivation is...
Originality. A new idea.
Nowadays, originality is hauntingly scarce. Recycled, variations, and reanimated ideas are all that's left. Ranging from entertainment to new laws/policies, there's been no innovation at all. But the thought of entertainment and federal laws were simply created to keep the masses at bay and contained.
For there to be true innovation, one must look at the inventors, scientist, and adventurers of knowledge for a view of an original future. Medicine, technical security, new methods of transportation, to name a few advancements into human evolution.
Those with full authority are those whom are deemed intelligent in their own right. A genius so few in the world but prominent in fields of study of moving forward.
I end this evening's log by stating that we fear those with the power of strength, when we must fear those with the terrifyingly power of knowledge.
Mace Perkisons Log #1.5 - Year Unknown, Location Unknown

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WaywardKnight3: I liked this poem overall. It brought up a lot of thoughts to me about our place in the world and the place of the things around us. Plus I am proud to be of Scando lineage and perhaps that has a part to play in my enjoyment. Either way good work.

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