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Grook God Poems | Grook Poems About God

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Fear Not

To Him
our deepest
are like
To question
is not to doubt.
It just means

NOTE: I was inspired by Paul Callus's and Eileen Manassian's comment, on my poem, The Stars Remain Silent.

Copyright © Timothy Hicks | Year Posted 2014

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They told me that God is a Liar

When man tells God’s lies 
he lies to himself, 
because God never lies.
 Religion, the righteous of man, 
is self-inflicted,  
but all deeds are seen by the all-seeing eyes.

Despise the fools, 
but love their God. 
Let contrite hearts bow, 
and be subjected to the rules.
Tell me, who is the fool now?

A walking dead on a pulpit preaching,
Like a lying politician seeking 
Minds poisoned from their antidotes. 
They walk in the light, 
but are devoured by the gloom of that light;
 piously seeking to wrong their wrongs
 with whatever seems right.

So, they lie on God again, 
and God lies …, 
patiently, waiting for them to die.

Copyright © Earle Brown | Year Posted 2010

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Impatience of the proud

Impatience of the proud

The proud and the selfish always need to be first in line
They cannot wait for anyone their self- importance is so sublime
They even pray to God 'Oh Lord please help me to be patient and be kind
But, can you hurry it up please, I'm really out of time'!

John Derek Hamilton

Copyright © John Hamilton | Year Posted 2016

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Studying God

Studying God
Will not heal us;
Becoming more God-like

Copyright © deb radke | Year Posted 2011

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Not Needing God

I can eat what I want 
All that I want 
I am loosing weight
If I can do that 
Why I don't need God  

(This was said to me by 
someone..I thought 
how foolish.)

Copyright © Sara Kendrick | Year Posted 2013

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Seven Days

Seven Days man named a year the time around our sun man chose the month to mark seasons done man chose day we spin in heaven God chose the number seven God then created all heaven God breathed life into us, love started God’s love now charted, he is exalted
10/9/8/ 7 /8/9/10

Copyright © Just James | Year Posted 2016

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Life is not tangible,
God is intangible,
but his wonders do not cease,
if we all followed his gospel, 
we would have peace.

15 Feb 16

Grook contest.

Copyright © Amelia Gee | Year Posted 2016

Details | Grook |

Hath God said

Yes , see King truth  						                 
here some proof  							    
a watched pot will boil                             					    
if you have patience too

Copyright © John Beam | Year Posted 2010

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Cyber Love to the Melody of a Cyber God

Words of tenderness
were passion-filled
across a thousand miles between them
as the heat inflamed their senses.
Almost as a reflex they reached down
to touch themselves and knew
that distance disappeared as magic--
knew delight as liquid formed
between her thighs and from his own,
a sentinel alert.

Caught up and swept away,
all time and space was gone as well.
Their hunger stirred
and surged within them, threatening
a spasm they could not deny, until
it burst upon them as its own creation
of a universe for two, established there
within the sweetness hovering.

Eros smiled, 
assumed the person of their deity
unknown before, and having thus bestowed
a sacrament undreamed,
brought home their astral flight
and just above their astral kiss,
departed in the night.

Copyright © Robert Ludden | Year Posted 2017