even art is much maligned

Emile Dubois

A word from our sponsor

In these dying days

Ringing with a disingenuous tone

The logo of the master

The robber of our soul

The keeper of our goals

Where is the untainted spectacle,

That's free from speculation

That cares not for market position?

A thoroughfare of opportunists

Whose wealth buys attempts at credibility

Whilst they stand upon the shoulders of giants

A few changes to make things palatable 

For our board and shareholders, the spoils

The work then tainted by association

Though broadly appreciated it lacks essence

Diluted, no trace of its initial conception

  • Author: Emile Dubois (Offline Offline)
  • Published: June 20th, 2017 05:52
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