He stood to attention as he lied,
His disrespectful morning salute,
An utterance of how perfect the world could be,
He never expelled the truth.
Instead he preferred,
To distance himself from truthful Others,
So of his intentions,
He could impress many others.
For the moment of truth for him is,
Obscuring the totality of life,
Pretending as though everything were perfect,
To his followers he did not allow self made opinions or expressions or for them to freely decide.
What was he the leader of?
Is it really that relevant to know of? Because,
In every little corner of the world,
There lurked a tongue twisting liar with a serpent sharp tongue wrapped around a perfectly formed pearl.
Sometimes in life we need to hear an untruth,
To bolster our confidence,
To allow us a positive view,
Of ourselves we sometimes must also tell a lie,
But what does silence mean when it permeates the atmospheric skies?
I do not take forced silences well,
They are simply a lie of omission,
What can we expect from a leader who continually lies to the world and himself,
A positive predeliction.
And so this type of world leader regresses slightly then presses forth,
Creating understanding of the realm of his projected world,
His followers blindly scurry behind him, eating up his words,
Like desperate field mice they are within his neck of the convoluted woods.
What does it take to silence an untruth?
What will it take to cause a firmer view?
Of correct understanding, a positive landing,
Into a land of genuine nature and a solid knowledge to share.
For this liar’s land was far too serious,
I could hear a grumbling now in the crowd,
The people had begun to suspect and know some more, not enough,
But of the truth they must now know.
A roar above the previous silence,
A devilish wave of due diligence,
And away were his followers, from him they escaped,
Into the land of the freer world, where they could think openly and be able to contemplate.
We don’t take to liars kindly,
We are glad this leader has now gone,
Been overthrown in the pursuit of true knowledge,
The new world has been known to become.
© 2019 Alice Well Art, Lauren M. Hancock, also known as Alice Well. All rights reserved.