Hardeep Singh Dhillon

(6 April 1986 / Punjab)

That is God


Brighter than future and helps us all,
That is God, That is God.

Nobody can see, touch or smell,
but is above all lords
That is God, That is God.

Who need no explanation or evidence,
but is jury of all
That is God, That is God.

Whether one is rich, black, a pauper or white,
one who sees us all with one eye
That is God, That is God.

Who gives blessing to us and strength in a brawl,
That is God, That is God.

You may call yourself Christian, Hindu or Muslim,
But who cares and look after us all
That is God, That is God.

Submitted: Wednesday, October 24, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, October 24, 2012

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