Elegant Corruption

Elegant Corruption

A Poem by Kevin

A poem inspired by the darker side of human nature. People giving more into temptation and less into self control. The past few years there is a lot of light being shed on this darkness.



small hearts and shallow souls


          Where empathy is void, there is room for money, greed and a lust for all things young and submissive.  What a twisted world both men and women have equally created in pursuit of self-indulgence.  Young and submissive are the objects to be desired.  Disfigured jaws and crooked teeth.  For tonight, innocence will shatter underneath.  Young and submissive are the objects to be desired.  In a world lush with sin, why not just give in?  Young and submissive are objects to be desired.  They say why bother? TO stop sin would require perfection…... For the love of god, can I get an objection?!

© 2021 Kevin

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Author's Note

I am just getting into writing. I'm currently going to undergrad school for general studies and taking Creative non fiction and writing electives. Hoping to advance to grad school for either English or Creative non-fiction. With that said, heavy critiquing would be most appreciated.

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Wow, this is deep and intriguing

Posted 5 Months Ago

1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

This is a poem to ponder over and think about. There is both light and dark to humanity. We tend to only hear about the darker side via new media and so on. This world definitely has many issues and darkness that needs to be eradicated and fixed

Posted 6 Months Ago


6 Months Ago

This is true. There is always good and bad in everything. The media definitely doesn't help show t.. read more

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Added on March 28, 2021
Last Updated on March 28, 2021
Tags: sexual, Poem, immorality, lust, sin, submissive, perfection



Liverpool, NY

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