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Shown Known



Now that the doing,
Has been shown known...
To remove those veils.
Covering rose colored glasses,
From eyes with tasks...
On paths that have had,
Visions pursued...
Warned not to do but did.
Who is with minds clearing to see,
That continuing to move...
In this direction ultimately proves,
A refusing a wrong way to refuse...
Could eventually result,
With pain and agony to feel it.
Much more than that to inflict,
Upon others to believe...
They have been freed and immune,
From receiving a return...
With it done shown known,
The owners of all the B.S.
Implemented.
To declare not theirs!
Regardless of the evidence produced,
Proving every step they made to insist...
A conscious thoughtlessness,
Blinded by ignorance and stupidity.
Benefits.
If supporting to endorse it,
Remains to stay unchanged!

'Let us,
Bow our heads to pray.'

'Uh...
Why and for what?'

'To remove ourselves,
From what we've done to ourselves.
With the hope,
That a crossing our fingers.
And a collection of four leaf clovers.
Does the trick.
If we stick faithfully devoted,
As we have always done to do.
To symbols to idolize images worshipped.
That represent what and who God is!'

'OH.
Such fools we mortals choose to be!'

'No!
Let us not make those honest confessions.
Let us come to agree,
Impressing God with flattery...
Is the only way, collectively,
We will survive and end...
Our own dilemmas we have caused.
To get God's forgiveness.
And...Oh, yes...
Let us not forget,
How urgently we need...
A returning back fully restored,
Those valued pretensions.
So desperately adored and missed.
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Submitted by lpahtillah on July 07, 2021

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