Yahweh Is Yawning


I have argued with God all my reasoning life

Or should I say with what my feeble mind

describes as god, but fleshly doubt is rife

with pangs of fear my vision might go blind


or that I must endure some plague each day

My brooding lasts the years, conflict persists

But slowly though, I realize in dismay

I bicker with myself and must desist


The wanting in my peace is not for needs

of gods but for a purpose in my essence

The age old riddle of the why of deeds

Is not solved leaning on a god's presence


The notion ever peddled by clever phonies

Who ask us to take penguins for ponies

  • Author: George (My real name) (Pseudonym) (Offline Offline)
  • Published: March 1st, 2018 18:34
  • Comment from author about the poem: I still don't know about this. Perhaps I'll find out on the other side. I don't what is but I do know what isn't.
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  • Goldfinch60

    Be assured that God is there, it is the Spirit that runs throughout your body and mine and everybodies, it will be with us for eternity. See you on the other side Seeker.

    • Seeker

      I look forward to seeing you Gold. I respect your faith, this piece is not meant as an indictment but a statement of personal experience. I don't begrudge nor have any feelings of bitterness for anyone who subscribes to a religious belief. There is an exception to this respect and that is for any system of doctrines that endorses the oppression of individuals based on gender. Of course nowadays gender is a somewhat relative term.

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