Do you ever wonder why we do the things we do? Why
we are driven by fear and hate, and play it off as love?
Why there are systems designed to suppress one group
and uplift another? Why subconsciously feel conformed to
others’ standards? I don’t give you all of these answers, but
like you, I observe; I watch society slowly but surely turn us
against each other, resulting in a series of consequences.
I call these societal sins. In this book, these poems are a
teenager’s reflection of what our society has come to, but
also what we can do so everyone can have at least an ounce
of hope, something we all desperately need.