A Reason To Believe? - Poem by Terry Donovan
You don't need a reason to believe,
It happens on its own.
Belief belies all logic
And all that's seen and known
For in this world of misery,
Injustice, greed and hate,
Illness, dying, needless pain,
Disasters caused by fate
If there were reason to believe
It would be very odd
That people knowing what they do
Could still believe in God.
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