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the Trinity


Author: geherald
ASL Info:    26/male/PA
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Class/Type: Poetry /Religious
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the Trinity



the Trinity

Jesus, Jack, and Mary Jane
Dance in snow and sing in rain
Do it once, then do it again
Jesus, Jack, and Mary Jane

Jesus Christ, the son-of-god,
came to me, acting rather odd,
thrown from Heaven for things he said,
leaving his wife behind in bed.
He told his dad to go to Hell,
the day a killer rang Heaven’s bell.
Once upon Earth, he searched me out,
for the answers to his doubt.

Jesus, Jack, and Mary Jane
The son-of-god lost his reign
Now of earth he suffers in pain
Jesus, Jack, and Mary Jane

My old friend Jack met the Christ,
if they met once, they met thrice.
Once in the morning and once at night,
again at noon, if my story is right.
Jesus and Jack, they got on great,
and always expected me to participate.
But I had left Jack behind, long ago,
And went in search of Edgar Allan Poe.

Jesus, Jack, and Mary Jane
It only takes half a brain
For a man to just abstain
Jesus, Jack, and Mary Jane

Mary Jane met Jesus and Jack,
at the bar, in the back.
The two men were awaiting her,
for she brought the herbal cure;
answers for all the troubles of man,
if only we toke it while we can.
Then the two men and little lady,
made a deal that was kinda shady.

Jesus, Jack, and Mary Jane
From the smoke they did gain
A little wisdom, not in vain
Jesus, Jack, and Mary Jane

All three were now together,
and at the party, they all wore leather:
Jesus in red and Jack in blue,
Mary wore a mask, so no one knew.
The Trinity is for evermore,
so now our world won’t be a bore.
Smoke and booze, and the son-of-god,
I only wish my life, wasn’t so very odd.

Jesus, Jack, and Mary Jane
In the snow and in the rain
Did it then, but never again
Jesus, Jack, and Mary Jane




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