You come to me with a claim of morality
Tell me my intrinsic desires are flawed
My extrinsic behavior a sign of brutality
Your actions I should applaud
In your incessant thought of sophistication
I have a few wonders I need to report
Answer them before judging with fixation
I need you as my escort.
Have you ever seen undying ferocity
Evoked by signs you can't detect?
Have you ever felt like a monstrosity
By the fury that goes unchecked?
Did you ever experience eternal disgust
For your own actions forced to perform?
Have you ever felt failure trying to adjust
In your ceaseless struggle to conform?
Did you ever feel the sting of pain
By the whims of their aggression?
Did you ever stare upon the rain
As you stumble into a depression?
Did you ever think about your own demise
In a desperate moment of agitation?
Did you ever lose sight of the prize
In the art that is your creation?
If you fail to give a proper remark
You have no clue about my ordeal
Think upon your words as you bark
With an undying amount of zeal
Keep to yourself your claims of dignity
Cease your attempt to augment
Your own signs of bigotry
I don't need your consent!