Thomas Lawrence

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My Goodness - Poem by Thomas Lawrence

If you believed
truly believed
in my goodness

you would laugh
and shake your head
at the absurd gestures
i make at god

you'd buy me a beer
and drink with me
to the frailty of our humanness
and the foolishness of immorality

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Poem Submitted: Friday, November 26, 2010

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