Sancturary of Some Gods

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
Another religious poem, yay. I am so very happy... please, god, shoot me.

Note: Sancturarium is a secluded haven.

Submitted: May 10, 2008

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What sanctuarium can hold
Within our souls the truth
Such truths that seem forever lost
When misconceived be proof

What faith can live without a host
What freedom without will
Who is to say if we can live
And who to say we kill

What men can worship faceless gods
Who slaughter without guilt
And what man can turn his back to god
When the hand of god he’s felt

What sancturarium can hold
Without our souls the truth
What truths that seem forever lost
Once misjudged by proof

Such sorrow lost without faith
Disappointment never known
But hope and justice seem to flee
With empty heart, a home

So it seems there is no answer
To questions left to god
Whether I be son and savior
Or heretic and fraud

What sancturarium can hold
Without our souls these truths
Such truths that seem forever lost
Once led unto the noose.


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