True ImpartialityA Poem by Elise O'Haire
Who is right?
Who is wrong?
If one is right,
The other must be wrong!
Who tells the lies?
Who tells the truth?
Our blackened souls block the good,
Foggy visions keep us from justice and nobility.
Who is objective?
Who is biased?
Even a judge must have his own opinion.
Where is true impartiality?
Will this world ever find it?
Indeed, One bears the name Objective.
He is crowned with all fairness and love.
But will you peel away the layers of your heart
And let Him wipe away your tears?
The Ultimate Judge dislikes giving death sentences,
And rejoices in giving the ticket of life.
He is the only impartial person;
Will you clear the fog from your eyes and see?
© 2008 Elise O'Haire
Added on March 25, 2008
Last Updated on March 25, 2008
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