Richard Anthony Milroy (Sr.)

(Annapolis, Maryland)

Wholly, Holey, Holy - Poem by Richard Anthony Milroy (Sr.)

Miracles are the chaff of Religion and Science, where Causes and Effects have no reliance.
Time is an Illusion of the Mind,
without Memory we can not find.
Gold in the ground is a Physical recovery,
while Invention is a Mental Discovery.
The Invention of God was Science wholly,
but religious chaff is more holey than holy.
God is the Good Spirit of Righteousness,
to eschew the Evil of unrighteousness.
Religion imputes God's creation and wrath,
while Science implores God for a new path.
Faith is Acting on Inspired pleasures,
as our God reveals hidden treasures.
Death to the religious is a part of strife,
but to Scientists it is the absence of Life.
Our inventions must have staked Claims,
by Conceiving our Discoveries and Aims.
As Scientists enjoy robotic bodies on Mars,
God will still be debated among the Stars.
"The last enemy to be destroyed is death",
with faith Before your last breath.
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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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