"Doctrinal Expletives" as written by and M. Amott J. Walker....
A play on words, or words on play
Last chapter, verse in the final act
Words well scripted, each sentence choking
Inaudible gag, blanket which suffocates
As you eat another's words
Malnourished, you starve

Silence has a definition
Vocabulary of muted diction
Precise thought to miscomprehend
Ambiguity in high resolution
Articulate expletive fiction
Open to misinterpretation - so precise
(Silence has a definition
A vocabulary of muted diction
Articulate, expletive)

Condensed meaning, making no sense
Open mouth the lines
In stressed expression, understand the silence
The piercing calm, sour music to your ears
As you regurgitate another's words
In their shallowness you drown

A play on words, making no sense

Which makes no sense
Which makes nonsense


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"Doctrinal Expletives" as written by M. Amott J. Walker

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    General CommentI think this is about how working class people are indoctrinated to argue on behalf of the rich, through the media, education system and religion. Hence 'As you regurgitate another's words, In their shallowness you drown'.
    Ad_Nauseamon January 01, 2007   Link
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    General Commentits about religion. hence "doctrine"
    brandonlivingstonon October 11, 2007   Link
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    General CommentYes, this could be about the Bible and the silence might be the things you make up yourself from reading it (because it does not give clear answers).
    facueon December 23, 2007   Link

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