Jasper Abcede

Rookie - 55 Points (Zamboanga del Sur, Philippines)

If God Does Not Exist - Poem by Jasper Abcede

If God does not exist,
Where did the things begin?
What made the light, the space and time,
What made us from nothing then?

If God does not exist,
And all were dust in space,
How did this mighty energy
Wrap the whole wide universe?

If God does not exist,
Then why does life emerge,
Why do we think and care and love?
How do we know the good and bad?

If God does not exist,
You're telling me a joke.
What science tells us nowadays,
Few billion year-old fairytales.

If God does not exist,
And big-bang you suggest,
Then who or what have caused to it?
Your science sounds a myth.

If God does not exist,
You've lost your mind, my friend.
He gave you love and life and wits
That your big-bang cannot give

Yes, God exists and He is real,
Made the moons and stars and space,
He is the Science and the Gist
As your theory tells dumb magic.

Topic(s) of this poem: god


Poet's Notes about The Poem

God is real and what science tell us today sounds like a fairy tale that can never happen in real life.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, March 6, 2015



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