• Others 25.07.2007

    The soul flaw–in the Kingdom of God,
    Is divine trust–in the weakness of man.
    God might forgive the imperfect slate;
    To wipe it clean–in the promised land.

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    The soul flaw–in the Kingdom of God,
    Is divine trust–in the weakness of man.
    God might forgive the imperfect slate;
    To wipe it clean–in the promises land.

    Mercy works toward man’s salvation,
    And overlooks humble flaws that exist.
    Justice contributes a kind application,
    While mercy pays for sins that persist.

    The system of flesh…writes lower laws,
    To satisfy the pride of egotistical fools.
    Corruption!…obviously, rules man’s flaw,
    By dictating to God…what He shall do.

    Systematic sight–sees a narrow whole,
    That judges each subject by equal rule.
    Who corrupts–a system of corruption,
    To change a body’s punishment pool?

    Mercy is only offered by a God–divine;
    Flesh declines any interest of this kind.
    Man’s ego-power discovers a holy flaw,
    For justice that punishes a perfect sign.

    A systematic flaw will not allow–escape!
    For, punishment fits even the exception.
    The sweeping rule covers every subject,
    That disallows good to reach perfection.

    Man’s kind of justice doesn’t favor a right,
    As feeble laws–write!…to rule over flesh.
    Power cancels mercy–with an ego-might,
    And trust is flawed by a systematic mesh.
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