willow moon pearce

Rookie - 25 Points (October 1951 / London, UK)

Totally Confused. - Poem by willow moon pearce

Far below us there are salt mines
From ancient seas.
And fossils from millions of
Of years ago.

But yet I am told that they were put there
To confuse the evolutionists
There is Gods plan.
What plan is that I ask myself.

When millions of soldiers and non-combatants
Died in the two World wars, and a holocaust that decimated the jewish, old men, children and women.
People that died in terror.
Where was he?

Appearing at a time of disaster or war
Would it be wonderful
To see a great hope.
Can you imagine the media!
War is no more, diseases are controlled.

It confuses me because I have belief in him.
Yet no one has returned with the good news,
In 2000 years.
I really want' to see him
But he is like an uncle that I never see.

Comments about Totally Confused. by willow moon pearce

  • (2/13/2006 4:15:00 PM)

    I like the way this poem has made me think. I have often wondered similar, makes my head hurt in the end though! Moyaxx (Report) Reply

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  • (1/9/2006 7:18:00 PM)

    Milena, said it very well! what would a baby do if he would have no reason to ask why? The question why, keep us dreaming, and searching, Could you imagine a world of perpetual bliss? no reason to care, I don't have the answers, but I'll never stop asking why? (Report) Reply

  • (1/9/2006 12:28:00 PM)

    never stop to wonder why,
    and put in in words,
    'cause you can do it really good.
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Poem Submitted: Monday, January 9, 2006

Poem Edited: Monday, January 9, 2006

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