No - Religion of any kind
Saints or sinners
Evil and pious
Christmas nor Easter
Books to swear truth.
Reasons to pray
Helping others each day
Faith in the unseen
Belief in being redeemed.
End to wars
Where to go when you die
Comfort for those left behind
Devil or God
Places of worship
Stories to stretch the mind of mankind
Religion of any kind
(This piece of poetry should begin with the word no before each line)
You may find the consequences of a world without belief in a God of peace
either positive or negative. That is up to you.
End of day
Grey mournful mountain airing eves lazy mist
Wandering valley lush earth bursts glory abound
Beauty in splendour all wounds of soul are healed
Spirit of man and nature entwined.
Fire of gold gently now slip thee to sleep
Blazing magnificent even in death of day
Elan still thine crimson rays
(Each day ends with the sun going down. Beautiful sight for all)
Cartoon Buddy Club Poetry Book Collection - Page 3
Dreams - Better World
Mankind has fought a million dreams
smallest of the small
two world wars.
Higher trade power
social borders lower
Every conflict of want
Earth shrinks deeply toward the mire.
Pondering back to Empires undone
Mankind forgets what it has won
The future denied to those before
Freedom to look back,wonder,
what it was all for.
Dreams of past are dreams of now
Higher trade power
Social borders lower.
Smallest of the small
As is now will it be
When mankind ponders
And wonders from the cave
Freedom, light. Dreams.
What were they for.
What on Earth became of these.
Empire of the plug
Switch depressed firmly
Electricity clawing madly, quite frantically on.
All lines and cables that crackle with thought.
Billions of Brains plugged in all over this shrinking globe
Circling progress sparking with pictures and chatter all Electrically bought.
When all is ablaze with this Empire of the plug.
What happens one wonders when the switch of electricity
is depressed just as firmly off.
Taking Time to read the plaques.
They were young
heroes to the grave
those who made it home
bruised and battered
For freedom they thought
then went out and fought
for life, liberty, dignity.
Leaving behind simple names
entwined to many shrines
for youth denied that others may look back and see.
Deeds made the sacrifice
for the peace of future sought
in the name of humanity
not for the cost of the cause of all war ones vanity.