Lying Whore Caught and Exposed

For nothing is hidden, that will not be revealed; nor anything secret, that will not be known and come to light.
— Yeshua of Nazareth, The Gospel According to St. Luke 8.17, trans. World English Bible (WEB)

In this dark world, few can see. Like birds that free themselves from the net, only a few find their way to heaven. Swans fly on the path of the sun by their wonderful power; the wise rise above the world… He who transgresses the central law of life, who speaks falsely or scoffs at the life to come, is capable of any evil.
— Gautama Buddha, The Dhammapada 13.174-176, trans. Eknath Easwaran

What is most important is what happens within: Look to what is pure; hold to what is simple; let go of self-interest; temper your desires…  Whether government or person, if you are not tranquil and honest, the normal flips to the abnormal, the auspicious reverts to the bizarre, and your bewilderment lasts for a (very) long time (indeed.)
— Lao Tzu, The Tao Te Ching 19 (part.) 58 (part.), trans. Brian Browne Walker (Note: Parenthetical Mine)

VBrown2You think you’re so clever with hook and bait
To satiate desperate man’s robust carnal lust;
But pretty smiles cannot hide your lying eyes,
Miles of night travel, size of your emptiness,
As you’re bought and sold, and told what to do
To please the paying pappa (or mamma), laying
Open wide, turning from side to side, to abide
More degradation, in inhumane depersonalization
That never ends so long as your willing to spend
Yourself — your body — without any reservation
Or hesitation … and so you cast another line
Into the sea of desperation with such cunning,
And some give way to foolish belief all for relief
Of lonely agony, actually swallowing your story,
Heading for calamity, but what a humorless irony!

You yourself are calamity with no amity in life…
You’re life is rife with deep pain, and never gain
Of serenity and still less any real self-identity
With amenity; you simply exist as a commodity
VBrown1For exchange in the marketplace of living meat;

Ah! But you have an expiration date, not too late;
What’ll you do when you have no one to screw?

Many times I’ve seen you before, pretty whore,
Who always wants more, so you’ve gotta score,
But how much do you get to keep as you leap
From bed to bed, or wherever, in never-ending
Cycle of the hex of loveless sex with no feeling?
And are you still the star at the high-brow bar,
Pub and ‘gentleman’s club?’ But the nasty scrub
Is waiting for you for the bottom of the barrel
Where nothing is sterile, all fraught with peril
… but it is even now, though you blind yourself
And bind your mind to the kind of fantasies you
Spin and weave for the desperate man to believe;
What will it be like, though, when the fat spider’s
Caught in her own web of deceit, all to be eaten?

You cast out your line again, for sure, to begin
Reeling in another catch, but this time you’ve
Been caught by one who never bought your story,
But also by an exceptionally sympathetic person,
Who hates to see you further worsen your condition
When vibrancy delightfully rises to meet and greet
One ready to embrace true beauty and duty of life,
Chase after grace rather than what is crass and base,
Lace humility, charity and mercy into knot of love
And wisdom…

VBrown4There really is no condemnation here,
Just pity and tears over the ugliness that dares rear
His dread-wretched head thru facàde of attraction
That excites lust-reaction, and not more; it’s poor —
Poverty stricken, without soul, enough to sicken —
And you could be so much more, but who am I to say?
To stay within my own concerns rather than bemoan
What course another has chosen is best and blessed;
But then … you did cast your hook and bait my way
To wait for me to bite such trite and silly rubbish,
So maybe it’s not out of line, after all, for me to opine
And announce such fine news: You’ve been caught,
Exposed, not bought by another decomposed soul
Swimming in closed bowl of misery and loneliness!
Perhaps it’s time you find another fishing hole???

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