A Smuggled Letter by Ed Stone

I am not a silent poet

I live in an asylum

Where conscience is forbidden

 Our fat keepers

Are ourselves

So they treat us well

At feeding time

Our troughs are full

We lack nothing essential

And if we never complain

And make our own beds

And march in formation

To perform assigned chores

Our keepers allow us

To murder our children.

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