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Sociopath's Guilt Of Its Absence
Way back drowning in narcissism so obviously,
Laughing at this week's tragedy,
He's rolling in water,
drinking a bottle or two,
Way back sitting on the edge of the lake,
Praying to God, talking to a snake,
Staring into the blue sky to see a red hole,
Inside he sees a man and his soul and the bike he once stole.
Now out of the ground comes his catharsis,
A tree of cyanide, permanently ripe,
It seems to grow, into his mind.
Dismissing every forged apology,
He kills his sociopathy.