Why does it take tragedy, to learn a human lesson?
Why wait until the damage is done before any stride is taken to lessen, it?
National attention only comes to a common issue
When we can longer bear the wafting smell of dead human tissue.
Permeation and persistence of human evil
Passivity and the nativity of sin in humanity
Swept under the rug, treated as a non-issue
Because people no longer believe
In that which they cannot conceive
Relativism is the new critical pluralism
And the meaning of truth has been obscured
And virtue has been imprisoned
Ransomed for instantaneous gratification
Without having to feel any condemnation
For the abhorrent sin, which, like a flag, we're waving
Waving along, claiming it represents truth and freedom
But all it represents is a new form of imprisonment
Which we've voluntarily confined ourselves to.
The prison of individuality
Which is nothing more than group conformity.
All corn-pone opinions here
Because the only opinions that we are willing to hear
Are the ones already contained within our echo chamber ears