May 25, 2020


Sonnet II


Sonnet II

Energy can neither be created
Nor destroyed thermodynamically
Speaking, and that can not be debated;
It is something we know conclusively.
God has no beginning, he has no end
So it is said by the theologians;
But everyone knows theologians tend
To defend only their own delusions.
So what do we make of a god who seems
Thermodynamically consistent,
Whose light it is claimed from a heaven beams,
But who is absolutely resistant
To being discovered, probed and prodded,
By creatures with whom he is besotted.

Article © Bernie Pilarski. All rights reserved.
Published on 2019-10-07
Image(s) © Sand Pilarski. All rights reserved.

1 Reader Comments

ralph bland
11:10:42 AM

I'm watching Shakespeare movies on Turner Classics and reading a sonnet by you. This is good for my troubled soul right now!

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