She embraces a snake,
He homes a panther,
They needed a hyena and tigress,
To rebuild their dialectic with a grace.
You loved me for nothing,
You wished to unburden,
Your seasonal morbid fruits,
In the vacant willing of my brute.
I tried to love every one,
Knowing not what love was,
In my daily death-bed love buzzes.
Civilization farms to produce talented parasites,
The quoted-lust-screw, rampant in blinded nights.
He, you, and I, are all Civilization’s part,
We all must have a dummy’s cry with painted heart.!