Treasure Island

Francis Duggan


Your Religion Is Your Religion


Your religion is your religion and with me that's okay
And disrespect to your chosen God I'd never pay
But of those of other religions and those without religion negative things you do say
You are so judgemental in your own rude way
To those who believe differently to you do you do act so rude
For one who claims to be religious you have a poor attitude,
The praises of your God you do like to sing
But you obviously lack in compassion and that's a sad thing
When you put it out there that not everyone is equal in your chosen Supreme Being's sight
You are portraying your God in a very poor light
And that's something your almighty one without can do
Your God I am sure cannot be pleased with you
For the disrespect to those who believe differently to you that you've shown
I have yet to hear you say to each their own.

Submitted: Monday, January 18, 2010

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