Bubbles and Lies

It seems to me the term “politically correct” has little or nothing to do with truth, and one day the bubble it is will surely pop.

Marbles In My Pocket ~ The Official Blog of Charles L. Mashburn ~ Poems, Short Stories, and random thoughts from the author of "Be Still... and know that I am God"

This is a poem I wrote last year, but it is quite obviously timeless. Truth seems of little value these days, and I sometimes get the feeling I am thought a fool if telling the truth leads me into the path of pain and/or hardship. Bubbles are harmless things, and the consensus among many these days seems to be that lies are harmless too… as long as you get what you want.

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  1. Sherry Mashburn said

    Lies, like bubbles, can be beautiful with refracted light.

    Sent from my iPad

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