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This is the various literary junk that flies from my finger tips, read and enjoy, or read and rage. Whatever suits your fancy, the feedback will be appreciated.
"Humanity"

It sickened him, the nature of humanity. How something that once had a sense of self dignity and self righteousness. Had become twisted and deformed to something unrecognizable, seemingly inhuman. Dark thoughts now have become commonplace and the plague that is human spreads and corruption becomes more thorough. Death, corruption, and sickness become near acceptable. And only a few realize the depravity that this humanity now lives in. I don’t account myself as one of those few that are free of such a sin, just one who recognizes this sick truth. For like all of us I am one of them, a sickness waiting to be cured by death.

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I had written this during the sad, but short, period in which I was depressed.
I had just finished watching the News about the war, oil prices, and crime and It really ticked me off.





GhostShadow141
Community Member
  • 05/13/12 to 05/06/12 (7)

  • User Comments: [1]
    Merle Blakeney
    Community Member





    Tue May 08, 2012 @ 04:31am


    OUCH.

    You've captured your emotion very well, and you can hold the readers in whatever state you're in. It seems to be your strong point to do so, when you let your feeling be the base of your work, it turns out to be a stronger piece.

    Impressive.

    But for the most part, short and nothing but sweet. I liked the breath of fresh air. Though, I feel like you can do more.

    Shower me with discontent.
    Would also like to see a revised version of this.
    Maybe a combined version of this and your love piece would be extremely interesting (yes, that is a challenge).


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