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A Conversation With God

I'm appreciating it very much what you try to accomplish and that is
Very good indeed, nevertheless, what is the point here, my son, as I just want to know it?

Well, God, I am expressing to you my marital love,
The one sexual love-stimulant causes a man to desire to take that one
Particular girl, not only as my wife, to share my life’s problems, troubles and successes,
To be my companion, and the mother of my children, but also to desire to take that special
Woman into my arms, and express my love in fond embrace.

Yea, yeah. This is what I wrote for all wise, loving lovers, which it intended and designed it to be. I am 
Not going to break it, and this, in a marriage bounded for life by very me,
Is a righteous, clean, and decent, holy relationship that everyone has to follow.

Now, God, I see you do not understand me. Now I see how much of a lie it all heaven
Was, and now it hurt me, because I am your son.

What did you mean, my son? I do not understand it! What all these nonsenses! 
I wrote it. This is my ordained right way.

Well, God, my wife loves me, but she loves another one.

Why! Do I understand you, my son? How she dare to love another man
Than you, the one I created, and the one I am seriously appealing. How she dare! 

Well, God, she loves not a man, but her, and she tells me that loves is the same
In the holy ground sense of right way, because you have forgotten to write it down
And editing it in the second edition of your revelation!

Wait, wait, my son. Wait for a sec here!  Now you confuse, who is she? 
What revelation you are talking about?

It is my wife’s lover, God, I am very confused, too, and in shock how that happens
That my loves once again it is placing the one I offered her. Now, tell me, God, please,
What should I do? Should I love her or her lover’s breeze?


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