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Rated: E · Prose · Inspirational · #2192700
Many of us at times display a personality that is unnatural and fake.
Many of us are poised on our high horse as if we are perfect and try to put down others who have done wrong. We seemingly forget that life is like a shrubbery spread of thorns wherefore we have to be careful how we step or else the thorns of transgressions will devour us. But Jeremiah said it best
Jeremiah 3:25 KJV
We lie down in our shame, and our confusion covereth us: for we have sinned against the Lord our God, we and our fathers, from our youth even unto this day, and have not obeyed the voice of the Lord our God.

Yet we professed to be true, real, ideal, authentic, ...
As taken from a poem by yours truly.

...Truth represents the virtual replica of genuineness;
While untruth represents the virtual replica of opaqueness.

I see truth in essence as plain and unmagnified;
I see it as just, pure, unclothed and satisfied;
I see it as most relevant to reality
But more so I see truth as it approaches infinity.

I see untruth in essence as attractive and painted;
I see it as unclear but flowery decorated;
I see it as carved and stained with deception
As it allows for distortion and confusion.

I see the identity of truth as it opens its unwavering characteristics.
I see the identity of untruth as it displays its misfit.
Truth is seemingly a bride from creation
But untruth though is the bride of destruction.
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