It's The End Of The World (As We Know It)
It's The End Of The World (As We Know It) poetry stories

wethedreamersAnd we're a million miles away.
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I'm horrified. I'm scared. This is not a drill.

It's The End Of The World (As We Know It)

by wethedreamers

I hope everyone is happy with the choice of their voice.

I'm screaming in horror as others rejoice.

Lauding a conman, an imbecile, a predator.

A sexist and racist hypocrite who you said seemed more qualified instead of her.

Her, who had an email or two, but forgot to save.

And then when they recovered, there was nothing on them anyway.

Her, who was attacked and blamed for the sins of her husband

When the same dank deeds were done worse by your choice, and nobody said nothing.

Hustler, liar, incestuous pedophilic tendencies.

Xenophobic, homophobic, misogynistic idiot who can't read.

He who didn't even respect the country enough to go overseas

Draft dodging, tax frauding, insecure boy of greed.

He who didn't stop himself from spreading the flames of hate

And our first black president will now have to shake the hand of a man endorsed by the KKK.

The weight of shame and fear of families of immigrants.

Sacrificing our land, our middle class, all to fund the militants.

Because war and guns is right, and global warming is a hoax.

Such a bright idea trusting a Russian agent with our missile codes.

Those who love will be told their love is wrong; revoked.

And anyone born within the wrong body will be a pariah of the phrase "NO."

All pussies grabbed will be told that's what they're for.

And any cluster of cells implanted will have to grow and can never abort.

And people of color, disabilities, any religion not Catholic

All of your rights taken away while the men wearing red are all laughing.

I feel unsafe; weren't these states supposed to be "United?"

Either half our world is heartless, or stupid... And it's never been more divided.

This is dangerous. I am frightened. Look at what we've done.

No other person would be this dire, and now there's nowhere left to run.

This is not a funny joking thing. So God help us all.

If you're not a person who prays... I sincerely suggest you start.

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bernardtwindwilGold CommaGranddad & story teller,
9 months agoReply
@burniingaschs I don't think you will find Jesus in any government. I would expect to see him on the capitol steps weeping. There is absolutely nothing wrong with speaking from your heart. I respect your beliefs.

burniingaschsBronze CommaI love stories, games, and sleep. :)
9 months agoReply
@bernardtwindwil Sorry, I suppose I should have elaborated a little bit. I know God isn't in the government I was just talking about the democrats taking God out of their platform and Obama altering the Declaration of Independence. And I do find Trump highly offensive to my religion as well as Clinton, just her a bit more so I guess. But I do believe I didn't have all my facts straight and I wasn't thinking or speaking as clearly as I could have been. Looking back on what I wrote it looks more like an annoyed rant than anything else and I'm a bit ashamed of myself. Anyway I apologize for talking like I know something when I seem to be misinformed and I thank you for bringing it to my attention.

wethedreamersCommabassadorAnd we're a million miles away.
9 months agoReply
@erofaer Not to mention an entire government backing that says women can't make decisions with their own bodies even in dire situations such as rape or incest. It's shameful that their views and representation isn't what our home actually represents. That we have no tolerance for intolerance. That we all, no matter the race, creed, religion, gender, orientation, and even political affiliation, live here to feel safe and sound and at home in OUR home. And they have a lot of people to answer to if they want to try and change that.

erofaerSilver CommaHow can I be impressive in one sentence?
9 months agoReply
@wethedreamers Exactly! I'm afraid of living in a country where my vice president will not let me marry anyone but a man. Where my president wants to kick my family out for their religion. Where my president seems to find it acceptable to rape any woman, as long as they're a 10 on his scale. But you're right, it's our home. And it will remain what it always was.

wethedreamersCommabassadorAnd we're a million miles away.
9 months agoReply
@rch Yes! When it comes to him as a person, let alone a president, I can probably let it go because I know he's not a threat by himself. It's the messages he sends to the many that make so many others like him, and that kind of unhinged rage and hate incites harrassment and violence against any that goes against their grain. We've had bad, idiotic presidents before. It's what he's bringing with him that frightens me.

wethedreamersCommabassadorAnd we're a million miles away.
9 months agoReply
@erofaer I agree. It's less of the fact that he's president and more so of the hostile environment he's created. He's approved hate and intolerance in a way that has awoken those who needed permission to do harm unto anybody who's lifestyle they don't agree with. Hillary wasn't perfect, but she was far better in the sense that if she won, the people under her command wouldn't be in trouble or would fear their fellow neighbor. I still think she should be our first female president. And I also will always be with her. As well as be willing to defend the country I know is great against anyone who falsely claims otherwise. This is OUR home. And together, perhaps we can feel at home once again. :)

bernardtwindwilGold CommaGranddad & story teller,
9 months agoReply
@burniingaschs Trump has been pro-choice until about 6 months into his run, He pivoted for the pro-life vote. In the United Sates of America there is no God in government. It is prohibited by the U.S. Constitution. You seem to have a ton of misinformation. If you do not find Trump deeply offensive to your moral and religious values. You have not been listening in church. On my ballot, there were three other besides Trump and Clinton.and a place to write in on my ballot.

rchVerifiedFan of punctuation
9 months agoReply
IMO more worrisome than the president-elect himself (whose legislative influence is over-emphasized every election) is the category of people who feel justified by his victory to harass others. Hoping that everyone stays safe.

9 months agoReply
Don't worry, dear! He is better than she any way. Being unable to forgive her husband, she hates all men. Remember her childish exultation of the death of Muammar Qaddafi, with whom she the year before, kissed, and exchanged pleasantries. Her stupid fear of Russia (or a dramatization of the fear) is the real start of world war III. This lady should be kept far from the button.

erofaerSilver CommaHow can I be impressive in one sentence?
9 months agoReply
Completely true. I'm scared, too. I just hope America remains what I've always believed it to be, a country where we have freedom in all its colors. Hillary was more than her ego (unlike Trump) and more than her mistakes. A man like Trump being elected president makes it seem alright for people to openly hate. To say they sexually harass people, to think they can sexually harass them. Even if Trump might get better as some people have said, he's made room for so much worse to come. It's just the fact that so many people are scared to go back to the US, or step foot outside their house. And I've actually had some people laughing at how funny it is to see america crash and burn. And teachers tell me that it doesn't matter, one person can't make such a big difference. But they can. But I'll stick with Hillary, one person can make a huge difference, but we will always be stronger together.