Unconditional Acceptance - Poem by JenOfPoetry METAPHORICALLY SPEAKING

The color of the skin
The challenge of the mind and body
The financial status
A group of individuals
The variance of beliefs
No place to rest
Feeble minded ones believe that
A situation can make or break a person
How deep does that statement go…
The excuse to demean and belittle those who are not…
In the status that is acceptable to society
What is society…
A group of people who make unconventional prestigious conditions
If someone does not fall in the category of said position then...
A lower form of a human is defined… …
Low class
Outcast to the valley of despair
Some people are posers…
Trying to be something they are not
They may have…
Riches—Financially stable
Residence—a roof over their head
Independent—no need to depend on another
Clothed- with some of the most expensive
Educated—by the finest institutions
Behind all of the fasod
They resemble those they look down upon
Nothing they do makes them better than the next…
Poor-in heart no compassion
Vagrant—to busy running behind the Jones to be like the Jones…
Low Class-in a sense that by looking down on another makes for no class
Needy-have to be the center of some kind of attention
Scanty-reveal too much of their ignorance…leaving nothing to be desired
Peasant-had to work to get to where they are
Those who are deficient in materials…have plenty…
They all have…
Riches—their treasures are stored in heaven
Residence—under the protection of the lord
Independence—they rely on God and not man
Clothed—with the armor from God that they may be able to stand firm against evil
Educated—By the Word of Truth
Regardless of how others may treat or look at them…
Love still flourishes in the heart…
Unconditionally accepting others for who they are…
Are you or do you unconditionally accept others

Jen Of Poetry™
© November 2011

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  • Stevie Taite (9/1/2012 2:33:00 PM)

    Wonderful way to make us think about our own perceptions! Clever! (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, December 14, 2011

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