Seven Deadly Sins Envy

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May I present to you the mentally unstable sin Envy- please enjoy~

Submitted: June 06, 2012

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Seven Deadly Sins ~Envy~ The Tailorshop Owner's Daughter

A man who held a pure smile with blue hair

sat by the riverside peacefully.

"I'll go say hi to him."

But before I could approach him, a girl

with black hair got to him first.

Taking him away-

Dad made her a deep purple hair ribbon.

It seems there was a murder

everyone is frantic and loud.

The evidence collected was a blood stained

deep purple ribbon.

The man was upset and greatly disturbed;

a smile replaced by a frown that didn't seem to fit him.

"How can something this violent happen in this peaceful village?"

But before I could approach him- a girl with short

blond hair got to him first.

Hugging him tightly-

Dad made her a sun yellow kimono.

It seems there was a murder

everyone is franctic and loud.

The evidence collected was a dirt covered sun yellow kimono.

The man was becoming paranoid and depressed; his face wet with tears.

"Maybe I can comfort him..."

But before I could approach him, a girl with long teal hair 

got to him first.

Playing games to take his mind of the murders-

Dad made her a blue flower hair pin.

It seems there was a murder

everyone is franctic and loud.

The evidence collected was a blood stained blue flower hair pin.

Dad always told me scissors worked best after sharpening.

The sharper the better, the better they are, the better they cut.

Blue flower hair pin

Sun yellow kimono

Deep purple ribbon

All worn on my body- isn't this the kind of girl you like?

Aren't I beautiful?

I found him in the woods, glancing around the towering trees before

eyeing me. Asking me if I killed the girl because of what I was wearing.

"You really are cruel..." I smiled softly at him

It seems there was a murder

everyone is frantic and loud.

The only evidence was a pure smile forced on his face.

I sat by the river, watching the catfish swim as everyone

talked about the murders and twirled scissors in my hand.

"You really are...the worst."


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