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I wish you the best day of your life

written by: Paula Puolakka

 

In 150 years’ time,
the world as we know it
is going to come to an end.

Yet,
people are acting like
it’s important to think about
something else than Love
and they are too bold to fold
their hands in orison.

The damage to Earth was done
many decades ago and
the schemes to save the planet
are late, late, late,
but still, people are feeding
each other’s hypocritical illusions
and blaming Trump
like he is responsible for the actions
the leaders of the world
executed already at the beginning
of the 20th century
and before that.

I have been here for 37 years now,
and during this time, only one man ever truly
tried to change the world
by "holding a mirror" in front of the citizens
of the USA.
What happened to him?
He was captured,
put into jail,
and slandered by those who
saw themselves as the guardians
of universal justice.
Ironically, during the rule
of these "guardians"
the world
quickly
spiraled into chaos
and turned into
a wasteland
and into a fruitless polluted plane.

Mr. Kaczynski lost everything
by trying to put things right,
but at least he
– the only real doer
in the pool of
327.2 million
citizens of the USA
and in the pool of
7.7 billion
inhabitants of the Earth –
will meet his Maker
with a clear conscience.

In 150 years’ time,
everything that was ever written,
spoken,
and photographed
will be gone.
In 150 years’ time,
the luxury hotels,
the jailhouses,
the government buildings,
the mosques,
and the office buildings
will be dust and dirt.
In 150 years’ time,
I will not be here,
but today, I’m offering you
a rose,
saying:
"I wish you the best day of your life."

Paula Puolakka

Paula Puolakka

Paula Puolakka (1982) is a Beat poet, writer, and MA (History of Science and Ideas) who has won poetry and short story contests held in the USA and Israel. She has also been given credit from the essay contests held in Finland, for example, by The Finnish Reserve Officers' Federation. Her interview that was published through South Florida Poetry Journal in October 2019 and included, for example, her views over the thoughts of Mr. Ludwig Wittgenstein, Mr. Theodore Kaczynski, and over the different forms of violence in society, had to be, unfortunately, withdrawn since the editors went and censored the interview after the publication without her permission. Puolakka's uncensored interview can still be found through Re:fiction. Between April 2019 and early January 2020, Puolakka was 21 x the winner of the daily poetry challenge held by Poetry Potion. Her latest work can be found through The Reader/Author Connection and Rattle's Rattlecast on YouTube (#25 & #5.)
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