Sacrilege

by Mihir Deshmukh   Jun 22, 2015


I once had two gods,
one white and the other black.
I worshipped them with a belief,
that there wasn't anything they could lack.

Now I have no God,
No God but a mind.
For I have met a million gods,
And a million more I can find.

If you ask me what happened!!?
I'd just say I grew up.
And the day I did that,
My gods I blew up.

For they were mere humans,
knowing them was no privilege.
For they were mere humans,
And hence I commit this sacrilege.
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The last line can imply two things. Either I blew up the idea of God or maybe I blew up my actual GODS.
#thestoryofeveryson #happyfathersday

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  • 2 years ago

    by The Fairy Mary Poppins

    It was an interesting read to read since I'm all for whatever religion you want since I got mine and other people got theirs lol.

    • 2 years ago

      by Mihir Deshmukh

      The poem was more about a boy growing up to realize that his father is no superhero and he is so pissed off that he ends up Killin them.