Who Is Greater? - Poem by Sanjukta Nag
They say, “God lives in the heart of human.”
But command to hurt men on the name of Him,
Forgetting easily that they are hurting God
To satisfy their polluted religion’s whim.
Discrimination is abiding above seventh heaven
Now it seems better to embrace agnosticism,
For I will not let myself believe in that God
Who appears to be greater than humanism.
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