Written by Teresa Dean Smeigh Copyright 2015
They were defiant,
Addicted to substances,
Filth, whatever gives.
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Addicted, adjective: physically and mentally dependent on a particular substance, and unable to stop taking it without incurring adverse effects, enthusiastically devoted to a particular thing or activity.
Defiant, adjective: showing defiance.
Filth, noun: disgusting dirt, obscene and offensive language or printed material, corrupt behavior; decadence, used as a term of abuse for a person or people one greatly despises.