The over critical man

by a l i

Yes, always in search of a fault. Always seeking a flaw in existence. Not his own but in someone else’s existence and being. To pacify his ego. An ego that has been hurt by criticism uncalled for. The reaction of his being to the intense pressure making him assume the role of the violator so that he is never again violated, but feared.
The weakness of the soul caused this to be! The weakness of vision and the belief in the unseen limited by what is seen and deeply corrupted by logic. Logic which was acquired but never defined, making him defensive and very offensive. Criticizing it all but never really resolving anything!