The Servant And His Master

Servant:
"There's no sincerity in your apology
So stop acting as if you're a devotee
You have made so much hypocrisy
No way for my longing democracy."

Master:
"Don't mess around me 'cause I'm a God!
I have done great things for your good
How dare you say I'm a hypocrite?
Why don't you try to be at my feet?"

Servant:
"I beg your pardon, my great Monseigneur
But there are many things I would like to endure
This place will just be better enough
If you only change you act and be more tough."

Master:
"You're a filthy animal as my reply
I'm weak? Is that what you're trying to imply?
You have many failures but still you want to try
To pull me down and beg till I cry."

Servant:
"Say all the things you think are humble
Make stories such parable
Put some defense to your story
Still there's no sincerity in your apology."




Poetry by Jean Thomas
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Written on 2009-07-26 at 03:14

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normalil
WOW!
How humbling this must be to all the assholes who may or may not read it!
2009-07-26