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Rudeness

A poem about being disrespectfully rude

Photo by Maria Lysenko on Unsplash

Rudeness comes in many forms.
A kind of disrespect.
A kind of hateful anger
directed at individuals
with no idea what they’ve
done or why it can
enthrall a being
to bestow behaviorally
bad manners
upon bodies,
kind human beings
who put themselves out,
who help others in need.
Instead they
spit in your face
and brandish
disrespect,
dishonoring,
hating you.

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The Lark shares fictional short stories and poetry

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Denise Larkin

Denise Larkin

An author/writer of fiction novels and poetry living in London writing about her experiences on Medium. dlarkin121@gmail.com

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