I Have Blindness Of Evil

I Have Blindness Of Evil short poem


I can see the love of the mother,
Which the man who leaves his mom
In orphanage cannot see.
I can see the future in the eyes of the young,
Which no politician can see.
It is not needed for me to see money but, to see love.
God has given me a vision of love and peace.
I thank god for giving me the blindness of evil.
And so my heart can feel and my eyes can see.
I can see god, but the cheating priest will never see.
I can see the blessings, but no magician can see.
This is my answer to people, who call me blind
“You can just see only my eyes blind,
But I can see your heart blind “.
However I act as blind, since I’m not willing to see evil.

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