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The Promises of God


Author: col13x
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The Promises of God





How many millions through the ages of religion
Have been tortured in bloody suffering
Scourged by the whipping promise of death
To save their life
Their very souls from torment

As death and burning hell are the promises of God
And every human is nailed to its cross
Born into sin
So the gift of life
Has no meaning

These fiends, these hellions of religion
The twisted sickness of jewellery and gold’s encrustation
Upon the idols faith
These sanctimonious deniers of life
Build their cathedrals and mosques to the worship of death

These measly and inane institutions
Whose figurehead by word bleat pompous
In the blooded trails of subjugation
Profess to know the shelter of truth
In abject slavery to their lies

Such is the vicious unrelenting pursuit of control
Bent to money and luxury
While poverty continues
And supports the throne of Mecca and the Vatican
By pious semblance of the demon

Writ full upon their histories
The slaughter and the pogrom of humanity
These deceivers of life
These proponents of death
Of promises made in the darkest pits

It is those scratching ignominious scavengers
Those parasites of the holocaust
Who upon their perfidious alters
Sacrifice in perfume and psalm
The creation and the word of God

Deliver us all to death and hopelessness
To a prayer for mercy and a better afterlife
They who turn humanity into filth
Scrabbling at the scraps tossed to them
By an all knowing, beneficent, merciful, loving
Compassionate and vengeful Lord





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