Psalm 53 — To Do Good

A Ballad

Child with hands over ears and the word “stop” written on arm.
Image by Diana Cibotari from Pixabay

Have you no knowledge to do good?
You think I do not see
The way you try to shame and fear
The ones who follow Me?

You’ve turned aside from what is true,
Defiled your hands and heart,
Devoured those you deem “less than”,
And set yourself apart.

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Esther Spurrill-Jones

Esther Spurrill-Jones

Poet, lover, thinker, human. https://thewordartist.net

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