The Truth Becomes

Posted: December 11, 2014 in Encouraging Poetry, Spiritual Poetry
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The Truth Becomes

You change sides
As the wind changes
You’re so inconstant
That you fall off the wire.

I can understand being disappointed
I can understand being upset
I will never understand going back and forth
If you’re going out that door
Please close it behind you
And never come back again.

But lucky for you
This isn’t my decision
The one you once served
Will decide for you
Test his patience
All you want
Just like you’ve done
All this time.

You change idols
From the invisibles to the ones graphically noticeable
What the trend might be this time
Whatever is politically correct to avoid a battle of convictions.

I can understand being frustrated
I can understand feeling hurt
I will never understand going back and forth
That like’s spitting on your food
Eating it and then puking it
Just to eat it once more.

But lucky for you
I’m not the one to dictate
The one you once served
Will have the last say
Mock his compassion
All you want
Just like you’ve done
All this time.

This is not an argument of the “holier than thou”
This is not even an evangelizing conversation
I’m just making aware how I worry of the things you come about
But at the end of the day you’re to hold account of your own decisions.

When the truth becomes more than to each its own
What are you gonna do with the little time that you’re left with?
When the gates finally open and the ocean finally gulps
What are you gonna do with the chances you chose to abandon?

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Comments
  1. This a very powerful poem. I’m glad that I could read it. It’s sad when people stop carrying about the things that matter. Look forward to reading more of your stuff again. 🙂

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