chad fisher

Rookie (Aug 1976 / Hattisburg Mississipi)

Divinity - Poem by chad fisher

All of man's symbols and all of man's creeds,
Do man no justice when in comparison to Heavenly deeds
All of man's religions, All of man's written words,
Written in stone, or said to fly away with the birds
I have seen love, I have seen hate...
I have been spit at, and I too have spit,
I have been wise, and I have lost my wit..
Needless to say, man is man, and God is God...
And everyone thinks they know Him, which I find rather odd;
But whether I be Christian, Muslim, or Jew,
Divinity doesn't care about such titles as heavily as me and you..
Therefore, may only the Greatest Spirit of them All judge my fate...
And if He be so inclined, to welcome me into Heaven's Gate...
I take no stock in what you or your book may say...
God knows my heart, and I believe He loves me anyway...
Heaven or Hell, Summerland, Nirvana, Enlightened Sky
God truly knows where my heart doth lie...
These are all but concepts and ideas created by man, or are you too blind to see...
We fight about Him, because we are fools,
But to see him, we just have to know how to use our tools...
of mind, soul, spirit and our hearts ever so true...
If I took the time to look, I could see the divine in you!
That it is the same Spirit that Created You, Me, The Earth, The Sun, The Wind and The Sea.
Though I know nothing more than when I began,
I understand now, the purpose of the Land...
Blessed Be...

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  • (12/30/2007 10:04:00 PM)


    You got talent.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Poem Edited: Monday, April 25, 2011

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