|The Time We Missed (standard:poetry, 123 words)|
|Author: Reid Laurence||Added: Feb 10 2011||Views/Reads: 1646/0||Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)|
|Can we ever regain the time we lost working for other people? Is it gone forever?|
Off you go To work today To do the work Of three And pay Is less then what You made before Complain and find You're shown the door Conform you're told And meetings too Remarks that tear A troubled you Then take a seat Begin the day But concentrate It's hard to say Will you perform Live up to who The ones who watch And turn you to A slave who chained Cannot set free The person you Have yet to be But money wars Will make you stay A zombie who Collects their pay And turn to find The gap in you The missing time That must accrue Was this a life You never knew Without the time To think it through Tweet
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