The way of God

PoChriBlogYo #0

“Go to Heaven for the climate, Hell for the company.” – Mark Twain


So, whoopy, Christmas is finally over, now all you have to worry about is what you’ll wear to that New Year’s Eve party. Late Christmas day, the TV ads began changing over to the New Year theme. That’s fine with me; I loathe the way adholes have unabashedly co-opted virtually any Christian icon, or hymn and turned it into an advertising device. That’s got to be pretty bad, because I don’t even particularly identify with that religion or any other. In fact, I despise the idea of organized regions altogether for a whole bunch of reasons, not the least of which is the fact that church services are boring as Hell. No, that’s not a horrible, blasphemous joke… in fact, it’s a pretty good blasphemous joke. But seriously, if we each get a personalized, monogrammed Hell, mine will be having to sit, with absolutely nothing to do, and not being allowed to fall asleep, while some mono-toned, uninspired and uninspiring, pompous dude stands in front of me droning on-and-on-and-on…

“A subject for a great poet would be God’s boredom after the seventh day of creation.” – Friedrich Nietzsche


And on the seventh of days
God, the Architect and Creator
Took a well-deserved break

Then, on the eighth of days
God, the Great and Powerful
Looked upon his creation

On the ninth of days
God, the All-Knowing, All-Seeing
Heard a sound

On the tenth of days
God, the Father of All Children
Listened to the laments of humans

On the eleventh of days
God, the Compassionate and Loving
Reached down to right the wrongs and ease the suffering

On the twelfth of days
God, the Supreme and Only Deity
Withdrew his hand and gave a great sigh

On the thirteenth of days
God, the Infinite and Never-Ending
Wept, for He had read the last chapter first, and already knew the ending



About wned2012

Creative thinker & lover of laughter.
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