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We the Citizens: Thoughts about living in a dystopian paradise


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A description of what it is like to live in a dystopian paradise: where elections can be decided before a single vote is cast, where Ferrari and Lamborghinis speed down streets alongside elderly cardboard collectors pushing trolleys filled with trash. Mark writes about a city that suffers from chronic insecurity, as he makes his way to and from work sardine-squashed in overcrowded trains. His poems deal with what it means to grow up and live in a society that is both juvenile and overbearing.

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