He built your castles,
Laid brick in your pyramids,
Pulled wire through your studs.
Worked with closed eye lids.
What is it that separates you?
Money, power, and fame.
Stood on your pedestal
Looking down with disdain.
You came out of your office
With nothing but a towel wrapped.
You asked me how the job was going,
No privacy, no shame, I’m trapped.
A fat half naked rich man, proud.
Let me tell you how you are perceived:
Boisterous, obnoxious, and ignorant
Of the messages I tried you to receive.
Nonetheless, he worked on your castle.
Tearing down the old, putting up the new
Committing his blood, sweat, and tears
In your condo castle with a second story view.
The working man, secretly Marxist
Secretly wanting to walk away
But unable. Marxism is a dream.
A far reaching fog gone by midday.
Oh what a dream to do what he pleases
Day in, day out no 8-hour-sacrifice.
But folks, I know the secret of Marxism.
It exists in this corrupt landscape.
Not for you or me, not the working man,
Only for those who build castles and pyramids.
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