A Horrible Image Of A Wicked Mind

Ruined houses and destroyed buildings, Up-side-down and overturned cars, Broken trees and plants, Heart-broken flowers and roses, Torn books and copybooks, Damaged frying pans, Burnt holy books, Abandoned pieces of human flesh, Thrown mattresses on the ground, Dead souls on the flours, Headless corpses, Smashed bodies, Roofless houses, Burnt words of man's cruelty, Dead paintings of things, Sad sights of everything, Lifeless life, Scared cats, Half-dead dogs, Dead end streets and roads, Painful cries, Bloody spots everywhere, Broken bikes, Hungry rats are everywhere, Ugly mosquitoes are anywhere, Dead men, Dead women, Love letters got flown away, Electric posts got fallen, Fallen leaves in summertime, Overturned glasses of tea and cups of coffee, Absurd images of things, Man's cruel and wicked mind, Infinite hatred and ugly revenge, Thirsty plants and grasses, and Everything indicates that something Horrible happened here and there By a wicked and criminal mind, and This is a new kind of civilization Of hit and run, but there is no Pretty controller of men and things.

Submitted: Tuesday, July 30, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, July 31, 2013

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