Final Warning

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Warning to those who judge and tear down their loved ones instead of appreciating and supporting them while they can.

Submitted: July 17, 2012

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Hate and disgust must distrust the frustrations of a tortured entity 
Trying to give themself free of the 6 by 9 whether in their mind or in reality
How many points are they worth to your dart you bullseyed in their heart?
They ask for their cup to be taken away yet you take part in pouring them a double.
Trouble walks at the end of your leash waiting for your command to sic someone you claim to love.
Humor is ironic, supersonic, so why can't you hear and then use your minds eye to read between the lines?
Five senses, you refuse to feel their hurt, yet smell their fear and seek to devour to taste their despair.
You say life ain't fair, a chair is not a chair...that's neither here nor there. 
Judgments so Supreme, I hear Clarence Thomas wants to join your team.
Let's hope the shit you let free from your lips fertilizes the flowers while they can smell them.
Speak life instead of failure, let your fellow crab climb out of the barrel.
If you refuse to diffuse your views, you choose to lose them in shades of blue
As they fly high in the moonlit sky or slowly drift away in the current of the unknown sea.
Fade to black...death...angel...The Reaper claims it's victim.  
Shades of grey...melancholy fill your chest recalling your kiss sowed his interest
Judas.
God forbid this rhyme, this prose I chose to open your nose to this truth comes true.
Will you change? Who knows?  But it's only fair I warn you.  
 


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