A Harsh Mirror Poem by Raymond A Foss

Raymond A Foss

Westfield, MA / United States

A Harsh Mirror



For those who grab the spotlight
sit in righteous judgment
Casting the first stone
against their fellow.

A harsh mirror, from the
carnie, the fun house
Distorts their features
a parody of themselves
when their own sin is
exposed, shone across the
dial, the web, the real-time news cycle

How far the mighty climb
in the Temple
How far they fall
When the shards of their glass house
crumbles under the weight
of their hubris

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Raymond A Foss

Westfield, MA / United States
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