When you see the sin,
But haven’t seen the unseen
Or unveiled the veiled,
Don’t judge that fellow that fell low.
Be keen to that lady in bikini.
Don’t eye that icon of bad manners
Neither should you slay
That slay queen with your tongue;
For behind the sin,
Is more to what you think.
That Rhoda who rode on the road
Of sex for grades should
Not be condemned as a bad figure:
Even zero is an important figure.
Leave ’em for God who sees
The scene behind the sin to judge
That which He had seen.