To Work

Don't tell me, Lutherans, about your work
ethics, these are amoral statements about worth
as it gets tied up with production and effective
nonsense, or perhaps you called it altruism,
barging in on serenity to cut down the trees
and demanding the most from the those with
the least, because compound internment is
work, yes? Ownership and stewardship are
two boats of the same color and your referential
kneeling does not do much for a life that is 
built on a few dice rolls that I watched without
consciousness, stuck in the past tense because
you must spend all your time evaluating 
the cars in the park and the dogs in the trees.

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