Zamir Osorov

Rookie - 63 Points (Kyrgyz Republic)

Starry Nights With Richard Dawkins - Poem by Zamir Osorov

Look for the starry night,
you couldn’t find any evidence
of existing God.
All Universe
quite measureless
in micro and macro level
born, diverged and going to his end
according with laws of nature
and own unreachable constitution
with tuned precisely physical constants.
I am so hoped for Christ
and put all my soul into astonishing religious,
created, prepared and covered so amazingly,
but which also lead us away from truth and harsh reality.
I have run from Communism ideology and atheism,
despite of great achievement of godless empire,
and come to Islam after breaking USSR
as for tradition belief of my forefathers.
And soon run from Islam
when opened through Internet
the marvel and great depth of Christianity.
But now I ran from Crist and God
And come back again to atheism,
to the brilliant starry night
respecting and understanding deep all religious
but believe now just for stories
supported by science and truth
as this astonishing universe,
tuned with natural laws
and nothing more else.

Maybe have existed supernatural power
who created some or other part of this universe,
but he, seems, also ran away
living us with that starry night
and precisely tuned world.

What also need for us?
Thanks very much for that
if you had really existed
sometime long ago
but now ran away
or completely forgot us
and don’t want to hear about us
for our sake, advances and fast rise.

What about say us
these excellent starry night
of Richard Dawkins.
Love and respect each other’s
and respect science
as the poetry of reality
and fast to live, love and understand
your environment
and do not keep faith
without reason,
escape from various kind
of fanatism, lies and belief without evidences.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 16, 2014

Poem Edited: Thursday, January 16, 2014

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