Poetry From The Weakened Soul
Author: Neil Evans

Chapter 106

You walk with your legs spread.
You've lost your dignity, I know.
Letting your pants dip; disgusting.
But I can't blame you, see,
'Cause I was like you. I
Once begged for approval.
But now I'm different;
The heels of my shoes dig
Into the icy ground, and I
Burst forward to the next
Class while you leave
Your dignity behind.


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