G PAUL FISHER

(13-02-1968 / Parkstone)

Obvious, Yet True


God is the miracle
God can do anything
God everybody backs

Tis a well known fact you see,
And very obvious, evidently,
God must be a billlionaire
And have enough money to build himself a nice house
And have transport to travel anywhere

His spells are amazing, yes, tis true,
That's why he will avoid
Theft from anybody even you,
And he will have the treasures that are due,

Great magic and strength, and abilities,
That were truly only meant for he,
Powers skills and attributes,
God is always successful, successfully,

God is not nasty, as you can see,
But he will get rid of the nasty thieves
That have been stealing his stuff you know,
Tis time for such thieves and pirates to go,

Whether those thieves be cops or mad
Or digital creatures matters not
God will get huge compensation
And all the treasures and houses he should have got

God always absolutely gets what he wants

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

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That absolutely is an absolute fact, what what RR SO MOTE IT BE SO MOTE IT BE

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