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Abdul Wahab


An argument


God created all and everything
From ideas to unimaginative imagination
Including you and me
With our own will
Unbound and free
With a wish to be an unsurpassed artist.

No, I do not know how man is created
But I definitely know
Man created god

God is created
Man is the creator
Can God create a weight
Which he will not able to lift?

Man is the creator
He creates the problem
He is also the part of the solution
So man is almighty and all in all.

Now beware all the atheists
If you create a dyke or wall
Between me and God
I am not less powerful than any one
To demolish you and your wall.

Submitted: Sunday, March 31, 2013
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