Alex Raichev

Yes Sir!

We are in the beginning of a lull
And I have had an emotional experience

Very calmly and very quietly I say
All right
Look at Gunsmoke
Look at the proletariat
The anarchy in production
The crying inequalities in the modes of producing and appropriating products,
That is bound to have an answer
Get a Bible
Get others
Get the money

That is the bourgeoisie
Use their life
Take their time and labor
They smash to pieces machinery
They set factories ablaze
They seek to alter the character of production

Therefore as the people who profess one thing
One social thing
We go
Because we take the name of God at the foot of the old property relations
Not justified by faith
But cooking with gas now

I say that's great
I say that's great
I say, Lady, if it's carried out in your place

Dissolution going on before our television sets
Spending our time filling the night before
I saw an inscription coming up this mountain
To the unknown God
Do You believe in Christ?
Have you really given yourself to Christ?
Do You believe in Him?
I can do!
See Romans 6:20-23

We take His name
We write it down
The Manifesto has become fully developed
A new life of the state of society
Minus its revolutionary and disintegrating elements

And the heroes of modern American life?
Learn more by watching than by reading
Why do you know what living was?
I follow God and that place where the workers begin to form combinations
Trades' Unions
Against the bourgeoisie whenever it acts in a nuclear war

That could be a revolution
On the floor of the Law
Administrative reforms based on class antagonisms be damned!
No flesh be justified!

Credits

  • Sermons of Billy Graham
  • The Communist Manifesto by Karl Mark and Frederick Engels
  • Markov poems
Author: Alex Raichev
Date: 2014-04-12
Tags: Markov, poem
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