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PostPosted: Thu Jun 05, 2014 4:02 pm    Post subject: Athier Than Thee Reply with quote

athier than ye



Hindu unto others, Seren dippity Doo,
Rama Dama Sing Alonga, -ish but not quite a Jew.
For the Shinto I'm a Shriner, for the monk I hold a key,
So I may not be the athiest, but I'm athier than ye.

By Zeus, I might have quoted and thus Zarathustra spake,
once foretold by Nostradamus and that Lady of the Lake,
I'd take the place of mudshark in your folk mythology,
and I may not be the athiest, but I'm athier than ye.

Somewhere there's a group that puts the "cult" in horticulture,
drumming dreadlock wearing druids, and a flying pasta monster,
Ike and Tina, Thor and Odin,
Isis and the other one
The burning bush, the snip of fate
Father Earth and Mother Sun,
If I could only see the angels
dancing on a pin,
I'm sure I'd be upset and typing
symptoms on the web.
You see
I don't believe in 99 percent of these, point three,
So I may not be the athiest, but I'm athier than ye.
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 13, 2016 9:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

athier than ye



Hindu unto others, Seren dippity Doo,
Rama Dama Sing Alonga, -ish but not a Jew.
For the Shinto I'm a Shriner, for the monk I hold a key,
So I may not be the athiest, but I'm athier than ye.

By Zeus, I might have quoted and thus Zarathustra spake,
once foretold by Nostradamus and that Lady of the Lake,
I'd take the place of mudshark in your folk mythology,
and I may not be the athiest, [but I'm] athier than ye.

Somewhere there's a group that puts the "cult" in horticulture,
drumming dreadlock wearing druids, and a flying pasta monster,
Ike and Tina, Thor and Odin,
Isis and the other one
The burning bush, the snip of fate
Father Earth and Mother Sun,
If I could only see the angels
dancing on a pin,
I'm sure I'd be upset and typing
symptoms on the web.
You see
I don't believe in 99 percent of these, point three,
So I may not be the athiest, but I'm athier than ye.
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