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Seeds of Indifference

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Seeds of Indifference

We all get to the point sometimes
not  knowing anymore,
with all the chaos in the world,
what cause we're fighting for.
Events can knock life sideways
and its easy to see,
how we can fall in to a trap
of growing apathy.
When disinterest in the world occurs
we become somewhat recluse,
thinking what's the difference anyway
who cares and what's the use.
It's a task to stay positive,
when surrounded by despair,
It's much easier to shut the door
choosing not to care.

When a moment of joy occurs
that we can revive,
we should hold on to that moment
and try to keep it alive.
For apathy is dangerous
it breeds inhumanity,
science can cure most evils
but it can't cure apathy.

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