Sunday, 30 September 2012

Early Starts

He wakes up early
To go to his lecture
Even though at this time
His general conjecture
Is much to be desired
As though his brain has been fired
The thoughts he must muster
Are, at best, lacklustre
Because of
Early starts.

The message imparted through the verse's middle line 'as though his brain has been fired' is relevant not only to the author, but rather to society as a whole. We can interpret this line as being an attack upon the everyday laziness and perfunctory attitude demonstrated by the western world as a whole, to the extent that even when 'thoughts' - here symbolising human activity - does occur, it is, at best, 'lacklustre.

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