Kalyani Rajalingham

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As Truth Met With A Lance Poem by Kalyani Rajalingham

Ignorance crowned Falsehood's frown
As Truth met with a Lance
For, the Judge's gown went tumbling down
Sealing Falsehood as Truth's holy meltdown

Submitted: Monday, February 11, 2013
Edited: Monday, February 11, 2013
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Take everything with a pinch of salt. Rumours are quite easily spread by bitter tongues but the blame is upon the ignorant mass who takes it as but the one and holy truth. Ignorance crowns all that false and helps slash truth to the ground. Questioning a fact, whether right or wrong, before placing a blame can counter ignorance's blindness. Why? Because it's easy to talk of another or spread a rumour but everything that goes around comes around and he who talks will be talked of one day.


As Truth met with a lance

By Kalyani Rajalingham

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