Stable Sonnet 32- Literature from The Brave New World

Sat, 01/18/2014 - 14:20 -- shan13

Without stability there is disgrace,

For you may look, but nowhere may you run,

For we cannot be scattered into space,

Only stability can make us one.

To be alone is not a lively state,

So spend some time with others of your caste,

And take soma to clear away the hate,

Remember, live for now, forget the past!

Go to the Feelies, which provide more fun,

And carry out your day job with much zeal,

Do not forget your hormone chewing gum,

Because the feelings you can taste are real.

     For those who help to keep this world stable,

     Forever will bring bliss to our table.


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