A Well-Camouflaged Opponent - Poem by Robert Melliard
We cannot bear the thought of suicide.
For most of us it's simply unacceptable.
Though intuition fears the worst,
we drown the whole idea
in buckets of normality.
If you could see the enemy
you could offer a defence.
We're up against
a dark, well-camouflaged opponent.
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