God The Dad - Poem by Tom Higgins
If God is actually Jesus' dad,
would he really get so mad?
If someone with him didn't agree,
would he, perhaps, the other viewpoint see?
Do you think he'd look down from heaven's height,
and everything he saw he'd want to smite,
why would he on them want to jump,
and fire and brimstone on them dump?
Surely such havoc he would never wreak,
would he not just turn the other cheek?
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