Flow My Tears, The Undesirable Said; Satire For A Rightser

Flow my tears, the Different, The Undesirable, said,

detained by the Police State, from which he had not fled.
His conviction---"contrary opinion"---was sealed with the Party's stamp:

then he was sent away to some extermination camp.

How dare he challenge our Sacred Rights, with his faggoty denial;

how dare he claim to have the choice of what to think or read;

let him listen to our triumphant voices, singing Horst Wessel Leid,

and in the thundering chant of our slogan, the great Sieg Hiel!


Author's Notes/Comments: 

The poem's title is a parody of the title of Philip K. Dick's novel, Flow My Tears, The Policeman Said.

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