Who to Fight

Test your self
Beat at the walls
Attack your own mind
Instead of another’s

Chewing your sickness
Ending your own spite
Rather than taking
Easily for pleasure
At the risk of someone else

Be judgemental
Harsh in temperament
Demanding to your own soul
To shatter the real enemy
Your own sickness and folly

And never be beaten
By the shadow and greed
Mistakes and things half-said
Flensed and forged again

Better fires fold and lick
At your own heart
The better to cast new lights
Warm, not scalding upon others.

By J.W.H Hobbs.

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