One god: three people

A loving god, a not so loving people

They worship

A god of the Jews.

Jews found him,

Or did he find the Jews, first?

Then Jesus,

A Jew himself

Begin to teach?

And eventually became an object of worship, himself.

People killed Jesus.

Later,

Along comes Muhammad,

Also worshipping the god of Abraham,

The god of the Jews,

The same god that Jesus worshipped.

Everybody's hating everybody.

Why?

Just for the Hell of it.

This world,

Created by a Loving God

Is dying from a lack of love.

Hate me

If you need to.

I don't care.

Just don't say that you are hating me

In the name of a Loving God.

God don't like those who lie.

God don't like ugly.

Loving god: hateful people1

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Kathleen Cochran 3 months ago from Atlanta, Georgia

Wow. Just - wow. Must look up more of your poetry. Wow.


Dr. Haddox 3 months ago

Dear Kathleen,

When I was in medical school, at the Michigan State University's (College of Human Medicine), my professors encouraged me to publish my collection of poetry, containing poems written in my childhood mostly. This book of poetry was published in the 1970's. I was in medical school from 1975 to 1979. 25,000 copies of this book were sold. I earned $25,000.00, a dollar off of each book that sold for $4.95. The book was a hard-back little book. I used the money to help "pay-down" my medical education costs.

I thank you, Kathleen, for encouraging me to do more poetry. I had gotten away from poetry but your sincere words, "Must look up more of your poetry," has inspired me greatly. Thank you.


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AudreyHowitt 3 months ago from California

There is a lot of wisdom here--thank you!


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pstraubie48 3 months ago from sunny Florida

Those who write poetry have a talent for choosing words that paint their thoughts in a way that leaves a lasting impression on the reader.

YOU have done so here.

Angels are on the way to you this morning. ps shared

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