Treasure Island

Deci Hernandez

(Marchuary 181987 / Camp Verde Arizona)

To See God


When i was born i believed in God
Then a woman taught me Santa Clause
Then the woman said there is
truth in the tooth fairy
Believe in fairy tales for
We wot not about God

When i was born i believed in God
Then a man taught me to fight
he said if you survive
Then there is no sin
And if you comply to men and women
Then men and women shall smile at you
As for God we wot not about Him

When i was born i believed in God
Then a coward said it is polite
To bow your head to money men woman
sex and earth and
If a womman gives birth (if)
Then teach the child
As we have you

i believed in not in God and
i thought it good to

Only believe in things i see
And i see

Men and woman falling
Cowards and earth dying
Trying to designate a god
That is willing to give
But not willing to take

i see all falling
But God is Lasting and
Forever though men and woman try
They cannot brake
God's Word is the only thing
That is not faked

Submitted: Wednesday, May 16, 2012

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