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A mature humour and parody on one of the most popular prayer - The Lord's Prayer, pioneered by Jesus of Nazareth.

This "re-transformed" poem and prayer is a critical and radical version on the said popular prayer. The author attempts to digest the said secred prayer into one common modern prayer - common to all beliefs and faith.

Submitted:Aug 10, 2007    Reads: 119    Comments: 2    Likes: 0   

by rado gatchalian

Our dearest friend
who is everywhere
called by many names
(Jesus, Buddha, Moses, Allah, Jehovah, Krishna,
Brahma, Confucius, Yahweh, Muhammad, and
many more).

In our hearts -- there we can find your kingdom,
Our will be done with wisdom, joy, and love.

We give you thanks for all the blessings you give
to us.
And we know you love us unconditionally, as we
need to love others as well.

And may we lead our lives with holiness,
but be with us always, please.
In the end, may we all become One with you.


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