A Conversation With God - Poem by Munia Khan
God: Can you hear me, my creature, I am your God.
Man: Yes, my lord, I can hear you, my lord.
God: What have you done so far so odd?
Man: Nothing at all until I go abroad.
God: Explain my creature for I am your God.
Man: It happens exactly when he wants me to nod
God: You shouldn't bend before anyone for I am your God.
Man: That is why I hit his spinal cord.
God: You shouldn't do that forgetting your God.
Man: But at last I kill him with an iron rod.
God: Then you are a sinner more than a fraud.
Man: Yes, my lord, I am my lord.
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