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Alfred Barna


The Holocaust Museum


Man stood before man…
To the right you shall live
To the left you shall die
Who would empower men to give?
Any such to man; such a power to lie…
To be like the Most High
Delusions plague mere men "I am elite"
"I am Evolution, only I know who may eat"
"Let me decide for you which way is right"
"Where is the darkness, and where the light"
Only the Creator, has given truth for us all
He grants salvation to the great and the small
Each man must decide, he'll not force you to kneel
Willing you must go and His Grace he'll reveal
Oh stubborn men who still will not budge
Can you not see it now, who's righteous to judge?

Submitted: Monday, March 25, 2013
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