Infamous fallacies



a highly skilled performer you are,
every fragment of you dialogue is frivolous,
bereft of the truth speaking heresy,
wincing at the idiocy of your innocence,
enough inculpatory evidence revealing your deceit,
while waiting inquisitions of your ensured defeat,
you feign to some of ethereal aura I know to be folly,
wherein the defense attempts to cross examine,
impossible to counter the image displayed of your villainous ways,
deliberating your expatriation,
denying your anecdote ex post facto,
all are unshaken by your insentient features,
a final judgement adjudicating your spurious pose is due,
embolden to deliver a decision,
forevermore in a stalemate over shared love,
but pain set in stone,
so I condemn you to solace to reflect on the past whilst thinking of the present and future,
emotions long gone,
facing truths finale and coping
the journey is long but one will learn to move along.
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Written on December 03, 2022

Submitted by Travontex on June 24, 2023

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Scheme ABCDEECFGHIJKHLMANOP
Closest metre Iambic hexameter
Characters 901
Words 165
Stanzas 1
Stanza Lengths 20

Dominick Harvey

I started writing when I was a teenager when I was going through tough times as an adolescent rebellious and stubborn I eventually stopped but years later when I found myself staring at the ceiling of a cell I was inspired to pick up the pen again more…

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