Superfluous the dates, statutes of limitations don’t apply,
Accumulating down the line the lumbering, heavy debt,
Amassing interest rates no liberal leaning can disguise.
There is no indication that the dues, if canceled, will atone,
Yet reparations might redeem our schizophrenic minds.
The score cannot be evened in this transitory life alone
Justice lies beyond our myopic, muddied sight.
Still, we have the power to unchain our progeny.
Unfettered children grow together, free of rage and fright.1