The God Placebo

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I’ll be him, you want a sign?
it’s fine I do it all the time,
the rich ones get cured
the sick ones ignored.
I just need the number, across your card
don’t worry we’re dot com and praying is hard.
You’ll see me when you look up in church
or look me up, just do a search.
I can spit you a sermon, drop in some rhymes
dishing out morals with my breath of red wine.

I’ll piss biblical rivers to fill every font
hand me your children I’m at the front.
I’ve registered my trade mark ‘G’
to take 10%, hell more if you believe.
This position is hard, I lead and you follow
with a finger inside my dirty dog collar.
I do love a choir, boy I speak unto thee.
Christian be a christian
and bend over my knee.

© savvi 2020
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Jolen

Hi Savvi:
Well, don’t be shy, let us know how you really feel! LOL I just loved this, it’s clever and irreverent and highlights the hypocrisy that runs rampant.
blessings,
jolen

Gerry

Blimey that’s a bit strong Savvi, But thinking about it I have to agree – you seem to have got it pretty well sorted.
I dare not say anymore 😉
gerry.

Ionicus

Hi Keith. I believe that on the sixth line you meant to write ‘we’re dot com’.
Correct me if I’m wrong.
Can’t argue with your argument.
Best wishes, Luigi.

TheRecluse

Like with Brexit, there is hope in rural Derbyshire then Keith, a kindling spark? Hahaha! Very human tragic and hilariously truthful, playing on fear and the need of fellow man support to get through difficult times in life has always been a good money earner, and what power these perpetual magicians command? The ending so tragically true too, with the early religious fixation full of deviant sexual and anal sadistic needs! Luckily, it doesn’t encompass all cult leaders in the digital age! Skilfully composed!
Trevor

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