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Benevolent dictator

Sarcasm: the use of irony to mock or convey contempt.

By Tony herlinPublished 2 months ago 1 min read
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Benevolent dictator
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Believing that sarcasm is mockery and arrogance,

Empire of the benevolent dictator.

Nothing can divert him from his destiny

Every day, he makes a heart bleed while smiling.

Vibration of a celestial air

Open, forgive her soul as always.

Lord very well hidden master of hypocrisy

Eyes closed, she must pass her turn.

Never in the night can we see her

The smile hides it all.

Damned eyes that speak louder than words

I mysteriously lost myself on a “Friday”.

Choose the irony of a pair of socks flying apart.

The evidence of time in a hurry

Above all, it scares us or makes us sad

The truth of a cracking shield

Our defence that comes true

Reveal a benevolent dictator who smiled at you.

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About the Creator

Tony herlin

A dreamer who neither speaks nor writes English, a difficult but highly instructive exercise. (Please accept my apologies for any inconvenience caused).

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