TWIST

A very common misconception,

Is mistaking initial attraction,

for momentary affection,

Leading to a presumptuous assumption,

Emptying in a calamitous dissociation,

But then all is an illusion,

Arising from planned misdirection,

Of rapt and steadfast attention,

Culminating in a gross distraction,

Yielding perfect imperfections,

Then hypocritesque accusations,

Turn to blasphemous allegations,

Atonement and ablution,

Cannot guarantee absolution.

Thus, speaking with conviction,

Can only lead to confusion,

Veiled by a façade of satisfaction.

By Ikechukwu Ezeagwu

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