Ravi Kopra

Bible Reading Christians - Poem by Ravi Kopra

'Time to love, time to hate'
Says Solomon in the Bible

So hating is permissible
To the Bible reading Christians
only when the time is right for hate
Neither early nor late
just right at the precise time
Not during the loving or any other time

If you are not proper, pricise
and start loving during hating time
and hating during loving time
you will not know what Solomon is saying
and you'll be in big trouble all times

You will be so messed up in life
And will no longer be a Christian
Some sort of heathen or whatever
But certainly not a Christian

Hate could be interrupted by love
But love could never ever by hate
Hate should be kept apart from love
But love can go wherever it wants
Even to the most fully hateful ones

How could you call a religion
a religion if does allow you to hate?
I asked the preacher of love and hate
who blindly teaches from holy Bible?

'You do not hate a person' said he
'You hate only his evil actions'
emphasised he with a broad smile
spreading all over his shaved face

Wonderful! said I
Let us invite the Boko Haram
who kidnapped and raped
two hunndred innocent school girls,
for seven course dinners
and rice pudding made with the camel
milk for their favorite dessert,
and tell them we love you
love you, from our hearts
O Boko Haram wonderful people!
because we are Bible reading Christians
we only hate your evils actions
of kidnapping, murder and rape
and making innocent girls pregnant
over and over with your Boko Haram semen.

More hateful actions you do
the more we will love you
and many more times to our homes
for seven course dinners we'll invite you
because we are Bible reading Christians
we love you, we love you.

Topic(s) of this poem: bible, christian, god

Comments about Bible Reading Christians by Ravi Kopra

  • Kelly Kurt (4/21/2018 9:51:00 PM)

    Few Christians have read enough of their 'holy book' and or gave time to consider what is included. Any religious text (Most dating at least 1400 years ago) is written by; well, people with the factual deficiencies of the time, and perhaps ulterior motives.
    This world is our fault. I wish we could all just live in peace.

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, April 21, 2018

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