Dear Reader, cast off those vestiges of vice and virtue you hold so dear!
Mere garments, all too easily changed to suit the occasion
What when you grow weary of the farce that is being human
You will find that existence as a human being is more, shall we say, fitting
Dear reader, I entreat you to shed those garments that define you
The naked flesh is far more telling
I beg you to take society as a fool
Discontinue buying what it is selling
The product is old, even ancient it seems
A salve to smooth the fold
Yet smells most foul and burns to the touch
Do what you are told
Hide decay and mold
Dear reader, do not think me Zeno
The truth is plain to see
Proud, vain is the moral imperative
Blind is decency
Pursue with alacrity
Dear reader, that in which you are
That truth, that light of which I speak
Binds us all in darkness, black illumination

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