Where acid rain
Burning through your umbrella while you try to
For when the acid touches your skin,
Where you hear babies cry of
Starvation and neglect,
While mothers stand on the streets holding out their
And beg, but only hope, to receive a simple crumb or drop of water.
Where dead decomposing bodies are piled, sky high, in a ditch
And the starving, boney, rabid cats and dogs gather,
Searching for the last piece of
And waiting for the next dead human to fall right in.
Where water is so rare the oceans, rivers, lakes, and ponds
Have become completely dry,
And the dads who go hunting for water
Kill each other
Where the rich live in the underground tunnel lands,
Hiding from reality and filth,
The more money you have the better protection you get from the
People refuse to pay for their loved ones,
They rather have better shelter and be alone
Then spare a couple dollars
Ones they “love.”
They let them sit up there and die above their heads.
Rarely coming above ground, to view reality
They sit down their
With all the
While above ground
And eating each other if needed to, to survive.
Where the government ran itself into the ground,
Using all the resources
Killing all the necessities us humans
With no care about our water,
No care about our ecosystem,
No care about anyone but themselves,
No care about the world around them.
The world’s crashing and burning.
This is tomorrow future.