Theorem The Truth Serum
Reality Station - Poem by Theorem The Truth Serum
When I was just a pup
I always thought that a person
should associate with as many
people as they could humanly possible.
Now that I am older, I know
that this is not humanly possible.
Why go through the pains
while being bound in chains?
I'll give everything a chance,
but when chance fails, you
got to know when to walk away.
It is bad to loiter when
people are counting on you.
A loiterer must pack up and leave at some point.
I got my suitcases and everything else that I need.
I've purchased my ticket for the train
and realize that this association isn't worth it.
I'm not worth it...period, I'm just a man.
Time to travel back to reality.
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