Blindness - Poem by Cynthia BuhainBaello
I cannot discuss in poetic form
Medical lingo about heart aliments
Nor can I even attempt to inform
Legal aspects to any court clients.
My lack of adequate information
And the absence of required expertise
Nullifies my frail qualification
Thus making my words quite foolish.
Just as it's futile to delineate
Divine attributes and Identity
When one is totally inadequate
In experience, of Truth's veracity.
For how can soul Blindness perceive to see
Discuss what it knows not, extensively?
Self deception conjures realities
Hidden in Pride are the treacheries.
'A fool finds no pleasure in Knowledge but delights in airing his own opinions.'
Proverbs 18: 2
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