Empty Kettles

You do not see shades between

The black lines of your world

It's either right

Or it's a sin

Empty kettles

Make the most noise

I've heard said

This is you

You shout your rules

You shame others

Those non-believers

Those opposers

Yet you turn tail and run

The moment challenge arises

Evidence gap exposed

"La-la-la I can't hear you!"

Can you learn empathy

For your human brothers and sisters

Give them choices

Educate their minds without derision

Many rivers flow to the ocean

Sharing, mixing, churning elements

Let your empty kettle be filled

From the rivers of the world

Empty Kettles

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