Treasure Island

G PAUL FISHER

(13-02-1968 / Parkstone)

God Is The Miracle


He is right...As usual

God is the miracle
God can do anything
God everybody backs

The thieves that God has caught
Doing what they shouldn't ought
Will give back the magic they stole
As will those who put him in
As a substitute for the devil
And the devils evil kin

Such creatures, as lowly as they are
Knew they would be caught you see
Now they will give back to God
Consciously and subconsciously
All his magic skills and his abilities

God always triumphs, tis true tis true
Gets back what was his successfully
Quickly becomes a millionaire
Gains compensation that is long overdue
The hells all know that they are through
As do those who sent them, cowards, evidently

God always absolutely gets what e wants
God can do anything

Submitted: Monday, November 18, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, November 19, 2013

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