They observe,

Then bear out their thoughts

They see and judge,

But know nothing of the pure heart.

Appearances badger their minds

They entertain fallacies.

They see and judge,

And the words they speak, like thorny roses.

The silence deceives them

And they presume to be right

They see and judge

Their sight clogged with specks and logs.

When all is said,

Their gratuitous burden, they offload

Not  too long before they know they have wrongly judged,

They render due apologies, but halfheartedly.

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