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The medicinal curse

 
This is the story of my madness, which flung into rage.
I was no longer allowed to that free zone,
a mind off my own.
All off a sudden, I was owned.
 
Owned by doctors, judges and nurses,
believe me, I have seen their curses. 
They killed the free-thinker in me.
 
I met you the killer of thoughts, the blindfold, the veil.
I had no longer acces to my own head,
I met the zombie instead,
The blank I had wedded.
 
Owned by doctors, judges and nurses,
believe me, I have seen their curses.
They killed the free-thinker in me.
 
Up and down, up and down, the same corridors
Those hospital hallways, so endless and long,
in there I belong.
And I no longer belonged.
 
Owned by doctors, judges and nurses,
believe me, I have seen their curses.
They killed the free-thinker in me.
 
Grief, rage and despair that's what you brought
I do not care about your college-degree,
Maybe one day you'll see,
me and Foucault agreed.

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