Misguided Choir Boys

Poem By Lawrence S. Pertillar

No one who lives to deceive,
Is innocent from committing...
A multitude of sins.
And those blinded by hypocrisy,
Image and greed...
Are just as guilty.
If there had been more than ten...
Commandments to break them.

How can 'intelligent' people,
Allow themselves to become...
To a blatant up in the face stupidity!
And loyal to remain devoted to their own,
Self serving defeat.
Who put them on notice,
That God was a joke.
Allowing such folks to keep themselves,
From being unrevealed...
Hiding in their demon dens and snake pits.

No one who lives to deceive,
Is innocent from committing...
A multitude of sins.
To have many still consciously,
Accept to believe...
Evil people like these,
Could be possibly unaware...
Of volunteering to perform corrupted misdeeds.
To then declare themselves,
Misguided choir boys.
Or once to have been Nuns!

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