I Have a Question …
Humble is the silence that understands the mess
The crafting of disaster in lines I will profess
The guidance of the lions, their spirits I possess
No more of thoughts come after, the heavens I caress
Confessions of a sinner, in penance I will sing
And in His house on two knees I’ll start by worshipping
The walls in there deliver, with young ones under wings
So to His house with new keys, orisons for the King.
A healer here, with both hands, and tools of sharpened stems,
within the shadows, waiting, where a soul requires hem
There are some withered notebooks, all cozied in the den
We still were debating the notion to free and study them
Tis true I am no preacher, nor teacher of the temple
Absurd the notion studied, of the true and perfect vessel
Incapable of malice, a being made so special—
and no man or no feeble god, can understand that level.
Omnipotence is primal, through lessons taught and learned
Successful was the plot point of the wrathful demon turned
Returned where its survival, is none of our concern,
We overlook that error because of how it’s termed.
There is no line dividing, no nascent good or bad
If your bible tells you something, one God is all we had.
The devil was the notion, of the angry God unclad,
And like a plague upon us, became a growing fad.
So storytellers far and wide, would spin a wicked tale,
how the devil was our dear God’s first and worst blue whale.
The question I need remedied is not of how He fails,
But why the devil gets a place to hold us when we fail?
His creation was a weakness, a weakness born of wrath
If I am proven to be wrong, then right the ship on my behalf
I understand the purging, but do not get the math,
If that is God, the only God, then perfection is his path.
So humble in the deafening hush, the chaos is the test,
To understand the maker’s mark and fill in all the rest
I guess to balance good and all, to evil this behest
And God should then apologize for the evil he suppressed.
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