James McLain

Gold Star - 40,646 Points (1958 - / From Tampa Florida And Still Living Near By)

Using A Public Platform To Preach - Poem by James McLain

People with out the gift of original thought
and must
use a public platform to never
ingage but to preach.
Wasting so much of humanity's time.
Having already read what they've preach over time.
Thoughts of that witch was written over
the course of thousands of years by
all whom contributed to the Bible,
Koran or the Tora,
can not be rewritten by those whom
currently think that we whom can read
thinking that we haven't.
When all here whom are literate have
read these great books
and know that this knowledge that falls
on our ears would best be spent
on those whom can not read or write.
Preaching to the quire is a great
waste of time being to much of a coward
to go forth and preach to those whom
are-I.S.I.S. over there.
With a few swift cuts to your neck
they would send you
to your God and that's why you stay over here.
Those whom inherently seek knowledge
through a long life or short they all have.
No true evolution can be made trying to say
what is false when it was not true.
The real fear of those whom can think
is that those whom can not will force U.S.
back into the stone age.
Where with out science most of them would
be dead any way.
The great intellectuals back then only did
out of genuine fear of the haters and
of setting humanity back hundreds of years.
Ignorance truly begets ignorance
and sadly
all that is known of these people is
that they were a plan led astray to be made less
of the plan than their parent's never were.
There is no slant or new twist on all the old wisdom
where the copy right has long since expired.

Topic(s) of this poem: green

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Poem Submitted: Monday, September 7, 2015

Poem Edited: Monday, September 7, 2015

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