deed unforgivable

Love everyone we can bear. Despise the ones who deeply offend. Watch each transformation through emotion, admired at first glance for mystery, losing ground as time reveals the flaws and underlying issues that mar the facade first seen growing again in appreciation as the pock marks and scars give depth to the individual, create character and tragedy in the glint of a teardrop slowly descending from an unseen eye, revealing at a sudden shock, the flaw, the crime, the mistake that has become their personal hell, the deed unforgivable, unveiled the mask of guilt irretrievably fixed over the gentle child innocence we had come to believe, perceive, until their story resolves.

Lord Malinov, Song of Songs

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Lord Malinov, literary author, bon vivant, rogue romantic poet
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