Seven Deadly Sins
Dominic Helder Resendes


Human beings, like everything in this world, are not perfect
We all have our sins that stab us like pins with an evil invitation below.
All which are deadly like Wrath, Lust and Envy, Gluttony, Greed, Sloth and Pride
Once you get devoured you can’t escape, even though many have tried
Anger, Revenge, Death. All Wrath that you will breathe to you’re last breath. A
deadly call from the devils side, Nothing in which to compare with pride
 You're not average, you’re the best whether it be the way you proceed or how
you’ve dressed. No one can beat your self esteem. Nothing in which to compare
with greed
 You want it all for yourself, you deserve it the most. The world is you party, and
you’re the evil host. You're the only one that's special, everything is just subjects
of you’re company. Nothing in which to compare with gluttony.
 You can never get enough, even though its tough. You devour every food, even
though its crude. Though its seems something not to fight your stomach is a
cave, Increasing with every bite. Although it seems like a random serenity, it’s
nothing to compare with the power of envy.
I wish I could be just like you, smart, funny and cool. I'm never perfect, my
personality is tough and you're what I need to be enough. If only I was you I
would be as perfect as golden dust, Nothing in which to compare with lust.    
You've completely lost a relationships trust when you are using them for lust
     The meaning of your life is lost but nothing to compare with Sloth.
 Broken down, tired, lazy, Sloth. You've lived your life on the couch of  job
applications lost. Slow and steady wins the race but a life this slow is just a
disgrace. The TV has started through your eyes wondering why your life is
crumbling, but little does he know, he is the victim
Human beings, like everything in this world were not perfect
they all had there sins that stabbed them like pins with an evil invitation to hell.
All which were deadly like Wrath, Lust and Envy, Gluttony, Greed, Sloth and Pride
Once they got devoured they couldn't escape, even though they all tried
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