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Munia Khan

Rookie (15th March.1981)

A Conversation With God


God: Can you hear me, my creature, I am your God.

Man: Yes, my lord, I can hear you, my lord.

God: What have you done so far so odd?

Man: Nothing at all until I go abroad.

God: Explain my creature for I am your God.

Man: It happens exactly when he wants me to nod

God: You shouldn't bend before anyone for I am your God.

Man: That is why I hit his spinal cord.

God: You shouldn't do that forgetting your God.

Man: But at last I kill him with an iron rod.

God: Then you are a sinner more than a fraud.

Man: Yes, my lord, I am my lord.


Submitted: Wednesday, September 09, 2009
Edited: Thursday, September 10, 2009

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  • Rookie Philip Winchester (10/9/2009 6:33:00 AM)

    Wow, More to you than meets the Eye I must Confess.
    Are they shivers down my spine or am I sitting in a Draft.
    I would like to say ' I`ve heard it all before' but my dear
    I have not, I promise you I have not, not in my many Years.
    God was pleased and Thanks you for your Message.
    You use your skills so well it made him smile.
    He has little to smile about in these being 'Darkest Days'
    His Poets are his Peace Corps, but you knew it all the while.
    Kind Regards
    Philip (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 10 Points Ravi Sathasivam (10/3/2009 9:08:00 AM)

    'A Conversation With God' is beautifully written.
    I like this poem very much.
    Prayers and God's words will keep us from evil doing.
    Thanks for sharing with me (Report) Reply

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