Dear Frankenstein

Have you forgotten all you taught me,
Dear Frankenstein?
Let me remind you
Of of how we came to be this way:::...

Dear Frankenstein
I'd just like to say
Why I finally went away

From early on
You taught me well
About omissions and lies
And doing them well

An omission is not a lie
I learned early on
But you changed your tune
When you thought I had gone

You failed to instill
The difference between
You and me
And the ants on my feet

So  an omission I made
To you one day
Because also you taught me
Withholding information is key

You called it a lie
And stood silent for days
Well guess what?
You pushed me away

You changed your mind
When you called it a lie
And a whole lot changed
On that night

My hero, my saint
Held up so high
Dear Frankenstein
You fell from the sky

Hit the ground
Landed on your face
Embrace the change
Nothing can be the same

Now you roam
Amongst the rest
With an H on your face
For Hypocrite

And a Hypocrite
You will remain
Because monsters do
As they are trained

In no time since then
You said I'd lied
Because I trusted you
To see inside

Silly me
I made a mistake
When I trusted you
Again today

Never again
Will it happen to me
Trusting you
Is what dug your grave

Every monster has a Frankenstein
We are born as clay
And shaped by your ways

You wanted a liar
An omit-er
A tool

You got what you asked for
Ten fold, you fool

Betrayed by your monster
You sent it away
And expected it would learn
But return some day

Stupid you
You hypocrite
You fool!

You started digging that grave
The day you taught your monster
To think for itself
It's own ideas to make

And in translation
You fell through the cracks
No decision was made
About who to respect

Dear Frankenstein
I must say
I'm not sorry
You pushed me away

Learned a lot this time
About trust and disdain
Surely you know
That you dug your own grave

It was not me
Who chose this fate
Dear Frankenstein
...
You made me this way.
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