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The Lord's play

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The Lord's play

In the beginning
the Lord made one human.
In order to keep it from getting bored then
the Lord pulled it apart into two.
One preferring pink the other blue.

The Lord then split the sex organ apart 
so that each with the other fit together 
nice and neat
so that when you rubbed them together 
they made heat.

The Lord also created in each a different personality
so that each had a different answer to the same question.
Black to white.
Left to right.
Flee to fight.

The Lord also made a stage for the humans called earth
and on the seventh day the Lord rested
knowing that he did a good job 
and that he the Lord above and those in heaven
would be entertained for eternity 
by those he placed on the stage below.

Applause.

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