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Little known technology!



Confusing discoveries not over here, surely
cover tots raped in Care Homes and killed

For over fifty years, the less you all know
the better for us to be unknown outside

our resistance to good is total
you are all on our monitor using the grid

we have carte blanche to do our will
we have a sense of one in our crimes

she seems really nice they say
learnt in her trade as a prostitute

which enables her to get her wishes
manipulate all from the top with their secrets

what is the other unspeakable crime
You will get paid extra into your bank for it

Man on computer not only at the big apple now
we are the other group, but have no law in blighty

You've got a few credentials for Fekete's work
to your names now, you can be spread everywhere

forget any other race you belong to
you are now ours, you, the Yanks and all we take on

even the best kids are coerced to cheat by remote
activated into their brains, activating cancers

see if that gets around to everywhere
we are creating an alternative new history

We hate Fekete, she's smaller, lost seven years of refugee-growth
Human 'Research' lab women are so small-minded and greedy

not one with any sort of education to their names, not one
Mystery pains our unqualified Doc Meyer called it, at nights

nothing ever reported, no laws in the land, all remote
assured we can never be caught out, though all will know intime

Changed her name time again, bossess to Solomon
Meyer, sex buddy advices, use a jewish name, you'll get further

In bossess Solomon, formerly Jean Clark, and then Anna
as in King and I- have queen anna will rule, messing the Ministries

many of the government go to sex agencies
I came to her bedroom, wives let them get on with it

I'd be quiet, you have no idea what is going on,
those little kiddies they rape, downstairs when dead, chopped up

and now there are no more gaps to fill with unspeakable crimes
all being practiced on the green, green isle

Blue skies, beaming...
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Submitted on March 10, 2021

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Renate Fekete

returned poet. Used to belong to Poetry.com. Enjoyed visits to Poetry Conventions. Orlando and Washington. Writing and painting for half a century. Dip Ed BA MA tefl etc more…

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