Shady blues caress his thoughts
An external facade he has embraced
over years. Embracing the hue of a
good Samaritan with hidden agendas.
A perfect clown at dusk, a smooth
actor masquerading as Mr. Nice guy
in the park at dawn.
Playing nice to a female audience.
Trading favors for dates, using kindness
as a contract for a relationship. Blackmailing
love and quick to stereotype all females in
the instance of rejection. Closing his mind
to the fact that different women are
attracted to different things in a man and
not all females find being nice attractive.
A man torn between what he wants and what
he needs. Stringing different females in a game
of fronts and vibes. Gloating and boasting how
he is a nice guy. Constantly battling an identity crisis.
Acting like an angel and simultaneously complaining.
A son of Adam thinking highly of himself.
Confidence he exudes, distrust he absorbs.
Basking in self entitlement, thinking that he
is God’s gift to women. Doing average nice things,
saying average nice things, thinking average nice things.
Whining and ranting when he gets disappointed. Playing
a symphony to, “bad guys finish fast, good guys finish last”.
Wondering why he is stick stuck on the “Nice guy bench”.
Unaware that kindness doesn’t require reassurance
and he isn’t obligated to profess. It’s all about respect
and the way he treats himself and women. It’s more
than just being nice. Mr. Nice guy gets him the females
he wants, respect gets him the woman he really needs.
Learning to re-evaluate himself and fix his mistakes.
Combining Mr. Nice guy with respect, love, patience,
tolerance, trust, and empathy.
Mr. Nice guy re-branded.