Friday, July 31, 2009

Autonomy and the movement

How many flights must we take until we realize that we can soar above the clouds on our own?
That the limitation of gravity is a fallacy?
All we have to do is wake up.

The images we see are truly upside down- Our mind flips them.

How does this reality the truth confine us to the audacity of gravity and physics grasp on our lives?

We need to wake up.

No one limits you but yourself.
YOU hold yourself in bondage.
You choose to follow lies.
You choose to believe half truths.

When will we make our own dreams?
When do we say no to government intrusions?
When will us as a people deny our privacy rights from being taken?
When will we reject the status quo?
When do we fight instead of merely react?

This reality isn't my dream.
It isn't the life I want to live.
And I will not stop until my desires for myself are met.
For me-
For my family-
For the future of the young liberty lovers out there.

We fight for you.

Let's not mitigate the movement to borders and limiting forces, but rather to all of the revolutionaries out there.
Lets change the way we live.
Lets decide for ourselves what to accept.
Lets meet our Own needs instead of forcing it from others.

Lets unite under the banner of Love.

Lets unite under the notion that as individuals, our autonomy limits us in nothing but the use of force on others.
Lets wake ourselves, then spend our lives unchaining others.

We can enact this change- all we need to do is reject what we have been given and begin to fight.


  1. I like it this is good to go package it and send it...

  2. great stuff - reminds me of Etienne la Boettie's The Politics of Obedience.

  3. The beauty of this poem is it's simplicity, the cutting down of flowery language and the plainly written nature of your words is truly great to read in a poem. I must say do keep on writing it makes the world gain a greater insight into one's mind so we can understand you. Good work.