Philip R. Garges Jr.

(Vienna, Virginia, USA)

The Talking Animal - Poem by Philip R. Garges Jr.

In order to make creation right,
in the beginning God said:
"Let there be light."
He said it like a man.
He didn't think it like a dog.
An animal that can speak is God-like.
The name of that animal is man.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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