Alice Anne Gordon

Fear Of Gods, Fear Of Death - Poem by Alice Anne Gordon

Epicurus states our responsibility.
In all my meekness and volatility,
irresolute am I to appear.
But for him it was crystal clear
His thoughts on life and death.

Religion grasps at our own docility,
plays to the masses our susceptibilities.
He was, indeed, a pioneer.
It may just be strife and breath.

Is it beyond ignorant capabilities?
To pursue a fathomed possibility
that gods are just the last frontier
In modern man: imagineer.
No need for religion that brings hostility.
The atoms resume to be life and death.

Comments about Fear Of Gods, Fear Of Death by Alice Anne Gordon

  • (10/6/2007 8:48:00 AM)

    the rhyme and image in your art made me to crach my tough. This art is great, thanks (Report)Reply

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  • (10/5/2007 2:08:00 PM)

    Religion is just a place where you can share your though and together in worship. to know the will of GOD is the greatest knowledge, to do the will GOD is the greatest achievement.
    But remember this 3 things we should have by us, faith, trust and the greatest of all are love. thanks, Mary

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Poem Edited: Monday, April 11, 2011

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