Vegneance and narcissism meet the Munchausen syndrome.
| Author's note |: This poem is about a person who suffers from the Munchausen syndrome, whose routine is acting pitiful in order to receive as many attentions as possible from the people who encounter him. His "perfect dimension" is broken when a new character appears in his life, a man who suffers from illnesses that the protagonist acted on. His attentions are soon replaced by a genuine interest of the people to the "Sorrowful face"'s case, as he is trying to help the protagonist out, believing that the main character really suffers like him. Jealousy and vegneance are the passions that drive the main character to commit a murder and to kill the nice stranger, since he "wanted his cheese", in allegory of the The fox and the crow tale. In the end, he regains his °1 place, become the finale of his delight.