September Poem 8

Some humans have their grudges against religion,

The room for mysticism.

The Atman not being reborn into samsara

Always given more leeway than even

The periods of time an angry person

Will stop to disprove the existence of a god.

 

A jaded and angry atheist

With an excellent work ethic

Becomes overbearing

Like that term “paying job”

Which to me was considered wasted

On a low taskmaster.

 

I grew in knowledge and much efficiency

And would suffer if that worker encroached

And earned said worker the title of accessible to anyone.

 

My disbelief is a deeply held interconnectedness:

Irreplaceable, diminished.

Therefore, it is disbelief,

A gradual thing

Level and understandable.

 

The original answer, television

Allows for my empathy and

Is not to blame for the magic in my life.

I have an interest in, have learned that

Games are engaging in a conspiracy

Against those that believe

To keep our like believers fat and listless.

 

It can’t be only the cellphone,

Categorized by the wheel being

A higher standard inside of Atman,

Forcing one to come up with videos

Of understanding and kinship.

The Facebook and Twitter have made

Our private lives to humiliate believers.

 

The will is irreplaceable connected

To the internet, the instructor.

It has an odd ability

To personify the people that taught it to think.

And information has been diminished

To be parroted back against

 

The brown-red of a student’s good grades

Into the yellow heat of the hillside cliffs

Being able to take the light ash

Into the bite size gas skirting the planes

Dotted by chunks of that information,

Sparks and smoke as scraggly brush,

A beauty turned backwards.

 

Both may feel ill at ease with this understanding of the world,

But the hob and thinker will be first in line for conjunction.

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