Reviews for Oh, God, Are You There?
darkblaze666 chapter 1 . 5/13/2005
Wow that was really good. I'm agnostic and that like made me really think you know. The poem basically stated every reason about why i don't really believe in any god, but then it kind of counteracted those reasons. Very good.

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Moonlighting chapter 1 . 12/10/2002
This is fantastic is expressing questions which so often plague my peoples minds.

It is a poem which evokes the soul into asking where ou faith lies and why.

Good, I like pieces which challenge how I perceive the world we live in.
K. Simone chapter 1 . 12/4/2002
This is purely a personal opinion, of course, but I think the answer to this poem is: do you believe in free will?

I do. Which, if you think about it, explains a lot. If God created man to have free will, that means that humans have. to. be. responsible. We do things that set off a chain of sad or destructive events, and then when the consequences occur, we question God because of them.

But the point is, free will is the greatest gift that God gave to man. And He obviously had to know that we would use it to turn away from Him; yet He doesn't take it back. It would be so much easier for Him to draw us back under His protection, but instead He allows us to continue to have this gift.

That has to take an enormous amount of strength, to watch your favorite creations fall like that, yet let them be.

Anyway, that's my answer. It's a nice poem; you made a few spelling errors, but that's all.