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Haiku #3 for my niece

Soon they’ll baptize you, it’s something some people do but no god owns you

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Catch A Glimpse Of God

If you stare into  the eye of the storm you might  catch a glimpse of God

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You Will See God

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God’s House

We feign sadness now as Notre Dame is engulfed in flames, “How awful, God’s house burning, all of that beauty…” Our mistake was when   we decided to lock God inside a building and destroy the real temple, to desecrate … Continue reading

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Sunlight

The sunlight warms us on both sides of the divide as if Gods are blind

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Only Words

Are they only words just letters pieced together tell me, what’s stronger what’s more powerful than words than these sounds we make to justify taking lives if I create God, tell me, of what use is it without words that … Continue reading

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The Poppies Are Everywhere

Marx called religion the opium of the masses but we pray to Gods of war and the poppies are everywhere and we pretend to remember (and care) and we feel so much better now and we won’t dare question the … Continue reading

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God Doesn’t Have A Name

When I was a kid I was told that God could be found behind four walls behind brick and mortar behind wood and nails behind stained glass and shutters shutoff from the outside world and surrounded by old people and … Continue reading

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God

God is all around us but it has no name it is everything and nothing and we are one and the same

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Wings On The Vulture

Let us wake now from this sleep before there’s nothing left for the meek to inherit the missionaries stole it and their kids won’t share it as they still fly old glory over stolen land broken with bibles and pineapples, canned and shipped to Rome from … Continue reading

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