Hearts of Steel, Narcissists

Hearts of Steel, Narcissists

Narcissists –

Hearts of steel; brutally real.

Only God can awaken a soul black as coal.

Consciences seared, exactly as feared.

Self-reflection denied; no inner-core to guide.

Essence, not shallow, but all together hollow.

Truth unknown; cruel tactics to hone.

Evil beneath each mask; questions remain unasked.

Nightmares arrive; surrealbut alive.

Skills perfected; actions protected.

No natural-laws; stillriveting applause.

Bystanders lurk; being bypassed, the perk.

Dark-art finesse; none bear witness.

Injuries sustained; victims disdained.

Recovery ahead! Darkness remains dead.

Goodness will arise; never believe otherwise!

On The Final Call, evil hits the wall!

No more fear; eternal peace is here!


Psalm 27:14

Wait for the LORD. Be strong, and let your heart take courage.

Yes, wait for the LORD.

Hearts of Steel, Narcissists

Hearts of Steel, Narcissists 

Cruelty perfected and protected is a dangerous combination when speaking of Narcissists and Sociopaths who make it their lifelong purpose to bring injury to their targeted subjects.

These Dark Personalities are highly intelligent- even brilliant- at executing their cruelty upon unfortunate others because of their instinctive, lifelong practice of the perfecting of these black-art skills.

When those in authority protect these predators’ abusive maneuvers or those who are taken-in by their masterfully played-out manipulations, it can create despair, isolation, and panic in those who are on the receiving-end of these human-looking monsters.

Hearts of Steel, Narcissists

To add ‘insult to injury’, though, Cluster B Personality Disordered individuals often have above-average intelligence. But these kind never matured into adults, emotionally, and are self-centered, spoiled-rotten children in adult bodies. Once again, this often results in dangerous, if not lethal, overall scenarios.

Much of the time, evil creates its path of destruction, and no bystanders speak up for the victims; this is common and understandable because of our fears of retribution upon our family members, or even ourselves. However, when bystanders and witnesses join in to add further injury to the victims, it is a grievance offense.

Hearts of Steel, Narcissists

Hearts of Steel, Narcissists 

Glorifying someone else’s abuser is also not cool. This serves to reiterate the same message to the victim, as the abuser created: the victim is all alone, isolated, hated, and no one will help.

Truth always reveals itself and evil will eventually take the same harsh beating as it inflicts upon others (if, though having many opportunities to change, it still refuses).

Ultimately, peace will ensue!

* On a side note, one can call 911 anonymously to help those who are being physically hurt. No one should get themselves killed in trying to protect another because it could cause more injured parties, which will not help the initial victim.


Take delight

in Truth

and Light! 

Mathew 7:6

“Do not give dogs what is sacred; do not throw your pearls to pigs. If you do, they may trample them under their feet, and turn and tear you to pieces.


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Hearts of Steel, Narcissists

Hearts of Steel, Narcissists

Hearts of Steel, Narcissists

Hearts of Steel, Narcissists

Hearts of Steel, Narcissists


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  1. Double zigzag that you can read as a whole composition or you can read each of the parts (colors) independently and they make perfect sense.

    Wow, wow and wow, Nika! I enjoyed reading it so much. Thank you.

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    1. NN, I was having a bit of an unsettling day until I read your lovely comment. It really made me smile 🙂 I am so appreciative for your kind words. Thank you, immensely!



    2. You are welcome, Nika. You deserve it. Like I said earlier, reading a good poetry is a pleasure for me.

      The unsettling days make us stronger and wiser, by the way )))

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      1. I am on a different device and do not have my Smiley Faces downloaded, yet, or else I would send you a heart. Purple is my favorite color; so, I’d probably make it a Purple Heart.


  2. Oh, I didn’t get your question, Nika…but I’ll try to answer. Lol.

    Every name (real or a pen name) conveys a certain information about a person and, sometimes, it can mislead another reader.

    “Noname” is something neutral. It is something, that permits me to say what I want to say to another person without additional “name-burden”. That person gets just a “pure information” and he/she decides what to do with it.

    I see a lot of examples on the internet, when people say really important and wise things, but their “names” spoil everything.

    Once, my good friend participated in the scientific online community and then said to me: “I write a really interesting stuff, but, it seems, no one takes me seriously!”. I said: “Maybe it is because your pen name is Dr. Jerkoff, eh?”…

    So, “Noname” is a good choice not to be involved in any bias. Just a “pure opinion” from a stranger.

    If you meant, if I’m that “Noname” from a certain blog, yes, I am.

    I follow a lot of blogs and it carries a certain risk either to be spammed to oblivion, or to be caught by a malware.

    There are some bloggers out there, who want to get some $$$, selling their followers’ e-mails to the spam/ads companies, and after that your mailbox starts to remind a “trash can” and you have some difficulties with finding the e-mail from someone significant to read and answer.

    When it happens, I delete my current e-mail account and get a new one.

    I wrote under “Noname” on a certain blog having a green (at the beginning) and a purple (in the end) gravatar colors. There were other “Nonames” there also, but they weren’t me.

    For now, all of those e-mail accounts are deleted and not valid anymore. I prefer to keep things simple and I always have only one account a time. For now, I have only this “orange” account.

    I hope I’ve answered your question, Nika!

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