We are the most flamboyant of the sinners.

We are pious in our greed
When sincerely misleading

We are homely only
when being beautifully ugly

We are charitable in our vanity
when grateful fortunately

We are pleasant in our bitterness
when we are sweetly belittling

We are sympathetic in duress
when apathetically caring

We are infuriated and ashamed
when we are mournfully sinning

We are believers everyday
when repenting conveniently

When asked to replay
Our actions of former days
We relay today
We are no longer US yesterday

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