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»A Biblical Perspective«

by Edward Iacona, September 22, 2020

The Bible can be a difficult read so
I’ve taken some time and condensed it
It’s mainly about the subject of sin
And God is totally against it.

The good book also has many stories,
And at the risk of seeming a prude,
Upon reading some of them
They could be considered lewd.

It also contains the heavenly rewards
To which it states that I am imbued.
Until I closely read Revelations and....
I think that I’m basically biblically screwed.

Written: September 2020
Tags: Fear Funny Ironic Life Religious Spiritual Visionary

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