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Rated: E · Poetry · Sci-fi · #2154784
this is about the danger of doing things which should not be done for money




















There was a contest last summer
It was one that I sadly won
Indeed winning was a bummer
A thing I wish I had not done

Decode the human DNA
And win the million dollar prize
I slaved for months both night and day
In truth, the win was no surprise

Now they can chose who gets to live
There are abortions left and right
Of kids without the "requisites"
To fight humanity's good fight

I too would have been human waste
Had I been born before the laws
Which I myself let be emplaced
That kill us solely for our flaws
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