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What is man if not a spiritual being
Although some may deny
An omnipotent existence
They are drawn to it
Either by love or hate.
Some others make it their mission
To draw the masses in
Sing songs of praise
In harrowing days
Of misfortune and misery.
Some wrestle with the idea of religion
Tearing at the granite books of old
Seeking amidst its folds
For a shred of unexplained evidence
And bring it crashing down.
The world is divided
Unified in its very division
Clusters of humans
Clamouring for the omnipotent’s notice
To be singled out for fame.
What is man if not mortally religious
Religious to being non-religious
Spiritual people of worldly goods
Searching for spiritual food.