I wrote a poem and god scolded me
For not capitalizing his name properly.
Capitalization is a heaven necessity.
What an absurdity,
How we believe that we
Hold knowledge of a divine degree
That allows mere humans to decree
What constitutes divinity.
To live forever, just follow these
(And don’t forget to capitalize the G.)
So says he
That wrote the rules and designed the creed.
Mere humans like you and me.
© Christopher Allen Breidinger
Excerpt from the book “Poet Christopher’s Myths,
Methods, and Golden Messages”
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