Tsunami HiroshiSu

(September 15,1996 / Fort Collins, Colorado)

The Day God Died


The day God died
The earth stood still
Nobody breathed
Nobody moved
But then she got out of bed
And the world rocked back into motion
Now we all are free
Free of the fear it might not end well
Because I forgot to pray
Free to just eat
Free to sleep
To live in peace and harmony
Because no one needs to believe
Don't force it down my throat
No one's there to believe in anymore
God fell into a million peices
That hold together the sunrise
The wind
The ocean
He's in the rain
In the stars
The moon
And the sun
He is not a man in the sky
But a spirit of the earth
Manifested in nature's serenity
Everything that's beautiful
The phrase 'I saw God today.'
Should not be a revelation
I see Him everyday
I watch the sunrise
I've seen a butterfly
I've seen the world as it is
Will you join me?

Submitted: Saturday, November 02, 2013

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