In Answer To Your Question #9

Andrew Charles Forrest

In Answer To Your Question #9


Oh yes, I believe in Good

Not a man, like others think I should

But there’s a spirit that we cannot touch

It’s in the trees and the wind that moves them

It’s in the moon that controls the tide

In everything that ever lived and died

Passed down from us to you

and every thought your thinking

It's every time we take a chance

In the music that makes us dance

Within this ball we all come from

We’re here, we’ll never leave

So you see I do not worship a man

Or pray in buildings, built by his hand

When we destroy the church that was given

Oh yes.... I believe in Good

  • Author: Andrew Charles Forrest (Offline Offline)
  • Published: June 27th, 2020 04:37
  • Comment from author about the poem: There is one question I think everybody gets asked if they live long enough This is approximately my response What's yours...
  • Category: Spiritual
  • Views: 12
  • Users favorite of this poem: dusk arising, Accidental Poet.
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  • dusk arising

    I am with you all the way in this. I really like you choice of plainspeak to put this across.

    Has to go among my favourite poems posted on MPS.A big thank you.

  • orchidee

    A fine write Andrew.

  • Accidental Poet

    I believe this poem is far better than good. Thoughtful write Andrew.

  • Neville

    I think you have penned a little belter here sir..

    a good honest, no nonsense and wholly agreeable nod in the direction of GOOD..


  • Bragee

    Straight forward is the best way to answer such questions as you have done here.
    Enjoyable read.

  • Goldfinch60

    I totally agree Andrew that spirit is there and can show us each our own way.


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