From the reaches of heaven
God has enjoyed eternity as a tyrant,
preoccupied with self-indulgent judgments
and the independently rendered fallacy of
Right and Wrong.

He has sent His emissaries down to earth
to blackmail subjects into prostration,
a pestilent holy delusion that
condones perfidy in its ignorance.

Centuries claim testimony to His
unyielding declarations, those
vociferous reprisals of dissidents,
the skeptics of the
Higher Glory.

On a lavished throne God observes this spectacle,
the fruit of His construction.

With attentive eyes and an insidious smirk,
He persistently inquires if
mankind truly knows that
Jesus loves them.