Poem:Trees, An Atheist Perspective

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Trees, An Atheist Perspective

An atheist shall never see
The beauty of an autumn tree;

A tree whose colors do attest
How greatly is Creation blessed;

A very clear divine display,
But "no, it's random," liberals say;

An atheist may God forswear,
and make attempts to censor prayer;

But in the end it's rather plain,
His views on trees are quite insane:

Old Darwin might bring liberals glee,
But only God can make a tree.

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