Some Intentions

Love for vanity is a prejudiced affair

Like asking a coiffeur to style the look according to the present social norm

So the mirrors get confused with the similarities and stop reflecting the truth

The smoky armour helps hide the amorous adventures with affable imageries

Drama of the tragi-comedy unfolds with the characters mouthing profane insanities

Towering pride becomes the most ostensible symbol of foolish endeavours by design

Everything shall pass and will become a base affection for the numerous affiliations

Fierceness of occurrences pounces upon the gullible heart to open up the intentions


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