Teachings in modern classrooms
Leave much to be said,
Merely offering a minimum,
The truth can be shed.
With a society bent
On gratification being instant,
Cerebral effort is a rarity,
Let us all wave good-bye to any dexterity!
A clichéd heart will beat ordinary words,
Filled with generalizations about matters barely heard.
Superficial fulfillment seems satisfying,
But we all know a half-truth is still called lying.
Cable and news offer garbage spontaneously,
Supplying a dull fix almost intravenously.
This removal of desire has made us all numb,
Fragmented souls are what we’ve become.