Winds – A Poem

There can be no greater contradiction

(aside from civil war)

than love the sinner, hate the sin.

This statement is cognitive dissonance

(the state of disunion between mind

and action, a warrior fighting a

shadow with steel

or a person thinking words

but speaking gibberish)

 given form in breath.

Words are the ejaculate of thoughts,

frail and full of all potentials.

Words are the children of thoughts,

which means that words are little more

than wind.

Wind can relieve, a cool breeze

on a humid Tampa day.

Wind can destroy, a hurricane

blasting everything of value down.

When thoughts and words are in disunion,

the hurricane is born.

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