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by Roul, Malaysia Jul 13, 2006
Citizen Journalism   Poetry


Everyone who is born holds dual citizenship
in the kingdom of the well
and in the kingdom of the sick.

Although we all prefer only to use the good passport,sooner or later each of us is obliged,

at least for a spell, to identify ourselves as citizens of that other place.

The disease hath established a kingdom, an empire in me, and will have certain arcana imperii, secrets of state,

by which it will proceed and not to be bound to declare them.



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Roul is a reluctant antagonist and protoganist. sick and hypercritical freak.

Death, disease, famine Homelessness, abuse.
I cant even watch The 5 oclock news.
When did we lose control.
And how do we rebel.
Take a look around were on a rocket ship to hell.
There could be an answer It may not be too late.
But it involves a transfer.
Try love instead of hate.
All you can do Is be good to your people.
And hope those people.
Will be good to you too.
But good luck I doubt it.

Roul divide his time as a writer and Studio Director's Assistant.
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