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4005AD
by OnepoetGem *the Poetic Rapper

Monday, August 04, 2003

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Mans mind finally gets set free.

4005AD,
mans mind was finally set free.
God wasn't as bad as portrayed,
and judgement day had been delayed.
Jesus and God were found to be the same,
so it was only one to blame,
in his holy name.


God's reasoning was revealed,
it was to help save all the blood from being spilled.
Man was such a dynamic little critter,
the Lord knew that he would litter,
so religion was set up as a form of babysitter.
The Lord wanted man to be free,
so cutting the puppet strings was the key.


All the living and the dead,
were gathered with him to break bread.
All sins were forgiven,
even to the one's misbehaving.
God knew life was rough,
so his judgement wasn't tough.
God had a new agenda,
so he completely opened the religious window.


Everyone was transfered to the world of their peers,
even the one's so called queers.
Birds of a feather,
we're flocked together.


All the suspense was over,
life then blossomed without the religious stigma cover.
The supreme coordinated all,
and answered every troubled call.


Death was finally erased,
life was forever eternally placed.
Utopia in 4005AD,
no more agony.


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Reviewed by - - - - - TRASK 8/4/2003
Beautiful Wishing Like Thought's,i.e. Only IF True!

TRASK
Reviewed by E T Waldron 8/4/2003
That's the most cryptic version of salvation I've ever read! Well done G!right or wrong;-)
Reviewed by Jaclynn Huntington 8/4/2003
Thought provoking indeed. I liked the fact that there is still hope for civilization to come to its senses.
~Jackie~
Reviewed by na na (Reader) 8/4/2003
Yes, Grady. Looking forward if it could only be this way then mans ultimate end would be really appropriate, right? Very good thought provoking write. Bill
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 8/4/2003
terrific write, grady; well done, my friend! :) (((HUGS))) And love, your friend in texas, karen lynn.
Reviewed by Ted Sheridan (Reader) 8/4/2003
Grady, I was just writing something on this too. The Church is divided over how to treat Gays, some want them to be accepted, some want to exclude them entirely, I ask..... how do they treat adulterers, masturbators, child molesters, or premarital sex of any kind. They treat them as sinners who are to be forgiven. We are all sinners.
Reviewed by Sandie Angel 8/4/2003
Nice write Grady! Like that last stanza the best.

Sandie Angel a.k.a. May Lu :o)
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