To The Truth Poem by Randy McClave

Randy McClave

Ashland, Kentucky

To The Truth



Unto guilt I will never be a slave
I am honest, caring and brave,
Unto sin and deception I will not ever crave
I will not ever take a lie to the grave.
I will end a lie when unto me if it is ever uttered
When from a liars mouth it is first stuttered,
Into my thoughts it will not be cluttered
Unto me it will not be believed, when first muttered.
I will never worry about who might be offended
I will shake my head in shame when it is believed and defended,
And when a lie has been spoken and ended
I worry about those who were misled, destroyed and unfriended.
A lie never brings forth any good fruit
All that it will bring is pain, suffering and maybe even a lawsuit,
It is a cheaters and a users main traveled route
It is used to confuse and to dilute.
I will not ever believe that awful story and sound
While I am here and working to be righteous and heaven bound,
And when I am buried into the deep cold ground
Truth with me will also there be found.

Randy L. McClave

Randy McClave

Ashland, Kentucky
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