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God (standard:poetry, 96 words)
Author: Ophelia DickinsonAdded: Apr 09 2001Views/Reads: 3296/0Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)
This poem is about my questioning of a Supreme Being, the human condition, all that cliche stuff...

Moments shake and crackle 

Night fades to day 

The whole notion of 

"Forever" is a joke, 

An attempt to disguise 

The inevitable, giving in to 


But in vain. 

There's no 

Disguising that we're 

Utterly alone. No 

God can protect us from 


Where will this God be when 




What does God think of 

What we've done? 

Earth was his pride and joy, 

We were his masterpiece. 

Is this what we have to 

Show for it? 

When another Ark's in need, 

Will there be a Noah? 

What will He think of us 



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