(God’s Sonnet by Timothy J. Verret; “it’s how I cope to hope in no hyped-up me with ‘bla-bla-bla-ME!’ leading to shame but rather forgiveness of self and others through God’s Mercy”)
You lose in the blame game: “Bla-bla-bla-ME!”
The blaming others is how you shame you.
No matter what they do hyperbole,
it’s you hyped up to blame them. Who blames who?
“Bla-bla-bla-ME!” That’s blame! That me too proud.
I ask, “Have I done what they did to me?”
The answer? A resounding “YES!” A loud
voice of God saying, “That’s ‘hyp’ocrisy!”
“Eyes: They got a speck but you got a plank,”
says Jesus. The “eyes” have it! The heart, too.
We blame them for hurt, and we draw a blank.
Who hurts who? Who but God can forgive who?
Love: God’s graduate with Master’s Degree.
Blame is shame! It’s us at “bla-bla-bla-ME!”