“My God is just an idea.
He takes His birth from my language,
When I speak He becomes a sound,
And like an atom He flows in my ears.
His light makes me see things around,
And his presence I feel everywhere.
He is my truth, my culture.
Sometimes He makes my language hyperbolic.
He is simply fantastic.
He is sea, earth, and fire,
A demon, animal and human.
He is in my thoughts, beliefs, and feelings.
He is like love, irrational,
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