M-I-N-D

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Tales to tell,
People to meet,
You will know them well,
Once you take a seat.

The first one is evil,
He is violent,
He loves pain.
Mind as polluted as smog,
Hands red with blood,
Thoughts full of
Anger and greed,
Actions only impart disgust.

The second one is silent,
He lives in seclusion,
Away from activity,
Away from impurity.
His heart is innocent,
And his mind pure.
He stays grounded,
Yet lives among the stars.

Then there is a she,
Full of life,
Full of joy,
Coming in an unnatural way,
She is now among us,
Dreaming of being
Whisked away by Mr. Right,
Her ambitions, infinite.

Then there is the fourth.
Smart, clever, observant,
He is the sharpest of them all.
Beat his mind, you cannot,
For you are a monkey,
In front of the almighty.

There are many more,
By opening these doors,
You will explore,
Only if you come with me.

Different they are,
Yet so similar.
Grown to the same length,
No colour to differentiate,
Wearing the same smile,
Living in the same body,
For they are all one.

But where do I reside
Who am I?
This is something I cannot decide,
With influences so sly

There is one body,
But people different.
And when all gears grind,
Up comes the MIND,
Multiple identities,
No disorders.

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