Monday, November 28, 2011

Can't Solve for X

It's been a New York minute since I wrote terribly much here at THL, so here's a libertarian poem I wrote.

"Can't Solve for X"
Eric Allen Sharp

You and your
crusade think
that you
can solve for X

You think that
a plan can
be hatched

one size fits
all

You see humans
as lumps of
clay
on the spinning
wheel
only yet to
become a
perfect vase

molded by
your supremely
confident face
sneering from
the ivory tower

But ...
you
can't
solve
for X!

chaos is order!
France is fed
and by whose
hand?

Not by your
central plan.


Eric Sharp
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Regular Columnist, THL
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