‘Kindness is not kind,’ claimed he.
Subtle on the outside, it rages within.
Fighting for a cause, causing a change.
Yeah, it does all of that but nothing’s free!
With kindred eyes, it lures you in,
No gifts In return. All in vain.
‘It doesn’t stop at you,’ said the Devil.
But makes you do it to others,
And others unto you.
Beware, it’s a vicious circle,
There’s no getting out!
But if you like, I can help you,
Just choose your vice.
I am not sure if this makes any sense. The idea of Satan talking on kindness suddenly popped in my head.
Doing good or being good is not easy. A virtue is not easily earned. When it is, it changes you. Your heart changes and you are in tune with the goodness in the universe. But ‘goodness’ doesn’t come easy.
We (at least I) have always pictured Satan as this red beast with horns, a tail and with a trident ready to strike. He is automatically to be blamed for everything we do wrong – the choices, the habits, the sins, crimes etc.
But what if he were a simple and misunderstood being/ fallen angel who just wanted us to know the ‘other’ side of virtues?