Religions - Poem by AHO Speaks
Of all of man's contrivences, religions must be the worse
Established by superstitions, fear and even a curse.
To worship, invoke and sacrifice
Even one of their own as a supreme price.
God of the Hebrew and before Horus the sun
For the plurality of man a trinity but only one.
Seldom is written and very little said
Except Christ the son of man crucified and dead.
Was Christ a practioner of the Jewish breathren
The breaker of that called; 'bread of life' before ascending to heaven.
Chirst said, 'forgrive them Father for they know not what they do'
Or was it 'forgive them father for they know not what they will do'.
Much significance in just the addition of one word
Simplicity and truth; in the story of the Father and the bird.
A religion established by only two words of church and rock
One the temple and the other a parable of talk.
09-04-06 Aho Speaks
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