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    dots Submission Name: The Outsiderdots

    Author: col13x
    Elite Ratio:    2.26 - 119/300/559
    Words: 212
    Class/Type: Poetry/Trapped
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    dotsThe Outsiderdots

    The Outsider

    Ever ostracised from the truth
    Lest they are known to well
    By deceitfulness

    The paranoia play of a black sheepskin coat
    Is riddled with the placatory smiles
    Of half spoken lairs
    Nothing more supports the world
    They come to deny

    It is far beyond the responsibility
    Of those who plead for honesty
    Are loved
    With hypocrisy

    The wolf wanders back and forth
    Paranoia play in a black sheepskin coat
    Isolated eyes living on the edge

    They trample amidst the cage bars
    And toss zoo scraps
    To an exhibit
    A dieing breed of how not to be
    Counted for a wolf instead of a sheep
    An example
    So they can breath in safety

    Singular, prison, box, label; placed within
    The confines ridicule so easily
    For a debauchery of self satisfying
    Keeps them in their comfort zone

    The wolf crosses back and forth
    Paranoia play on the same old path
    Uninvited eyes living on the edge

    And every confession to care
    Will throw a bone
    Something for the lame old dog to chew upon

    Ever ostracised from the truth
    Lest they are known to well
    By the arts of their deceitfulness

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