THE BLAME GAME

By Ken Blue
January 5th, 2011. Filed under: Poems.
 By Ken Blue
And the LORD God said unto the woman, “What is this that thou hast done?” And the woman said, “The serpent beguiled me, and I did eat.”
To deal with sin just lie and deceive, And do like Adam; blame it on Eve. Or you may, like Eve, the Devil blame, Quoting his promise in the Lord’s name. Aaron was weak and such a disgrace; Made a calf of gold; God to replace. His excuse was both, lame and feeble, Laying the blame on all the people. Now, old King Saul never took the blame; Could find someone and fill in his name. Was told to destroy both man and beast, But brought them home “for the Lord a feast.” Satan blamed God for Job’s righteous stand. Said Job was not the best in the land. Said God blessed him just to get his praise. Take all away, You’ll discover his ways. Now, there’s only two, how can that be? Why don’t I blame you and you blame me? Don’t worry, others, they do the same. You see, that’s how you play the blame game.
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1 Response to THE BLAME GAME

  1. Alice J

    That’s good and yet so true.

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