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The climb to the top of the corporate ladder was steep and dangerous, one
small slip and it was all the way down-no brief stop, no restroom talk-
a serious move to take the plunge, if that was the motivation, but no one
plays by the rules to make it here, and no one pays for breaking the ladder
either, if it falls on you;
Tempted by fate and the design mechanism that roboticizes our fantasies and
creates the reality of us, making it a simple yet complex thing to understand
with complicated words and easy to comprehend definitions-one task, one duty
one job, one death-and it is done;
However we see it fit to accomplish this, is a vague notion for a weapon, and
if your lucky enough a clue-as to who you are, and who the target is going
to be-leave one reservation for guilt, it is the sorrow and the pity that
will complete the mission and leave you breathless, not sighing for relief;
After you made all the checks and balances, and have set yourself up-there is
no doubt you will come out ahead-leave no evidence, leave nothing to be spared
and don't ever leave a clue behind, it opens you up for the ladder, the top
rung, the slip isn't how far you fall or how hard, it is how many rungs in
the ladder, and how much did it cost to replace you.





D.E.M.-04 Diary of a hitman-by D.E.M.

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D.E.M.


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