Sickening Liar - Poem by Cynthia BuhainBaello
A sickening liar weaves sordid tales,
Conveniently denies the real truth,
Of squalid heart, his wretched mind fails
To grasp the weight of his decision's fruit.
How easy for such a limited intelligence
To comprehend the results of his actions!
For a fool makes choices that make no sense,
Choices that lead to his own son's destruction!
And yet still insisting on his puerile story,
This father had the nerve to use it for blame.
Until his sister laid out the root of the tragedy
He wanted new teeth, he played the trafficking game!
Not everyone in this world is a gullible moron,
We have brains and can see through this man's lies.
Such a loss for the children from what he had done-
For deception and propaganda, what a tragic price!
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