Grasping For Truth

(From the Writer’s Digest Poetic Form Challenge: Minute Poem)

From my childhood I learned the way
of how to pray.
Evil and good
were understood.

Religion was so black and white,
what’s wrong from right.
Clear to define,
Don’t cross that line.

Cynical eyes now search for truth
not felt since youth.
Rules are shaded
for hearts jaded.

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