Be however a man pious,
And his manners cautious
No doubt comes a moment
When he gets infatuated.
Is it the guilt of the man,
Or is his whimsical passion
Hidden in mind due to fear
Rebels when it disappears..
If the victim is in consonance
To bring about infatuation
To a mind with countenance
Why should he then lament.
The evil part of a man afterall
Succeed in expression. It will
Some how in a form or other
Compell him to silently suffer.
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