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  Godís Lava Lamp
by Patrick A Granfors
Wednesday, April 11, 2012
Rated "G" by the Author.

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Iím not especially religious but I pondered this in the shower this morning after waking up to the soft patter of rain drops and thinking about last nightís NOVA presentation about expanding galaxies. What if the ďBig BangĒ and ďLet There Be LightĒ are in fact, one and the same? Score one each for the scientists and the theologists. I offer this poetic postulation.

In the midst of darkness and nothingness

God became increasingly bored

His subscription to Heaven’s Digest had expired

A new big screen he could not afford


He needed something for amusement

A broken object that he could revamp

So he rummaged around in his closet

And pulled out an old lava lamp


He tinkered and puttered to repair it

Soon the old lamp looked like it was new

He wiped the glass clean of its smudges

And blew the dust off the old lampshade too


“Let there be Light,” he proudly exclaimed

As the lamps contents began to swirl

Graceful rotations of cosmic unity

With the iridescence of mother of pearl


He gazed at the motion for hours

Looking outside it was billions of years

What if we’re all part of the contents

Of a lava lamp that God bought at Sears








Copyright 2012 Patrick Granfors





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Reviewed by Axilea MU
We have a whole new theory! Still, trapped inside the universe sounds better than being trapped in a lamp... my opinion! I don't know what to think of God's taste now!

Reviewed by Vivian Dawson
Ha...Ha to such playful words!!!!
So clever of the *Patrick*

Lady Vivian
Reviewed by Annabel Sheila
Giggle....loved the lively lyrical lilt of your pondering....

Reviewed by Christine Tsen
Enlightened irreverence :)
Leave it to you and you'll figure things out, by golly!
Reviewed by Richard King
Bought it on Black Friday, no doubt, probably on the sale rack. All sales are final..... no deposit, no return. Stuck with it, even though it isn't very bright.

Sounds like an old girlfriend of mine.

Been missin ya. Dick
Reviewed by Ed Matlack
A lava lamp He would have,
Made with real lava so hot,
The lamp would melt,
Upset He felt,
So to Sears He went to charge,
A big screen TV on His card,
At least in the opinion of just this one bard...Jurseeeeeeeeeey
Reviewed by Paul Berube
Cute and meaningful too, Patrick. Well done.
Reviewed by Mary Ann Biddinger
Graceful contents of cosmic unity.
Enjoyed ! Blessings, Lady Mary Ann
He sure must be a big fella, or we are just so insignificant, so that every thing looks so much larger than your lava lamp. Bless ya!
Reviewed by Chip Bergeron
What everyone else said.....

Chip Bergeron
Reviewed by Diana Wiles
I enjoyed probable a theory as any other!!
Best wishes, Diana...
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton
As good an idea as any of the rest.
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