Chris Lane


One of Gods Own People, Mythology.


Here God. There God. Where God?
Father Sun. Mother Earth. Child Moon.

Monotheism contemplates choking mythology.

Pontifices Maximus Prefers Pantheism.

Mythology gasped
Drew a breath from Mary
In her Sons name
Fathered by the Holy Spirit
Between them they bore Tritheism.

(© Calac.)

Submitted: Friday, January 26, 2007
Edited: Tuesday, January 04, 2011
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