Opression by Taylor: They put red tape over lifes speaker. / All that is real is now lost. / They try to supress you, / Replace all you are with lies. / They want to make you all one being. / They fear the rise of a greater power. / They fear freedom and individuality fore it is the birthplace for rebellion. / The brainchild of longevity. / They hollow out your mind, / Make you numb inside. / So raise your voice, / Burn the tape. / Life is calling, / Shout out in reply! In this poem, the author talks about how some higher force wants “to make you all one being,” quite like how citizens conform to uniform expectations in a dystopian society. The they the author speaks of does not want people to be different, but rather for citizens to be so alike they might as well all be clones. This is similar to how everyone was “equal in every which way” in Harrison Bergeron. No one stands out as an individual; the citizens of Harrison Bergeron are what Taylor says “they” want of people.