We are no robot –
yet few behave differently;
Blame is but a human attribute
our Achilles heel, our cancer.
‘The devil made me do it.’
you accuse the fallen angle –
still yet an addict loves his addiction.
Some say he’s a mystical thing –
there is more to him
than meets the eye,
look no further dude
the devil is in human skin –
we’re our own Famous Lucifer!
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Category: Nature, Love & Poetry, Politics & Social normsTags: Accusation, addiction, bias, blame, confusion, crime, free-will, judgment, Lucifer, redemption, responsibility, scapegoating, shame, social-norms, society, unconscious-mind, victim
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