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What's hidden behind the smile of a clown?
Why is so red, so big and so round?
Why do some of us laugh at their meaningless jokes?
Even something that may look innocent, can be willing to choke.
They use make up, costumes and giant shoes.
But those are only the most obvious clues.
Clowns can be untrusting, strange and no where close to being naive.
They always have an extra card up their sleeve.
They can be found almost every where.
They can hurt and use others without even a care.
But those who are wise, can see through a clowns disguise.
Most clowns who are portrayed in pictures, stories and on the big screen
Are created by people who want to show the world what they have seen.
Being a clown is degrading, humiliating and a disgrace to all man kind.
They imitate cheap stunts that eventually destroy the human mind.
A clown doesn't seem to need any friends, as it already knows that their true personality has already come to an end.