||Article by D. Gedeon
I just want to believe
So I Believe.
What else is there, everybody believes?
I can believe anything that I want to believe.
I'm not fake, I have common sense
And I'm not like everyone else.
I have never seen what I believe, but it's not fake.
How do I know? Because I believe.
Logic, reason, yeah, yeah, I have those
But I can believe what I want to believe.
What I want is what is true
It's true because I want it to be.
It's true because I was told it was true.
I know I wasn't there,
But my parents believe it and why would they lie?
My friends believe it, so why would I question it?
It has to be true, it just has to be true, so I believe it.
Look around you, they told me he "created" it,
So since it's there, it must be true.
I wasn't there and I don't really know, but I have faith.
So I believe, it has to be true, it must be true, why would they all lie?
I believe, I BELIEVE, because of the "Facts" because of the "Evidences".
Well, really because I WANT TO,
Because I FEEL it is true and because I KNOW it is true!
No on can change my mind, well, unless everyone else changes their mind!
Hey, you want to know what I believe now?
I believe, "I'M BETTER THEN YOU!"
I believe, "YOUR RACE is inferior!"
Look at the "Evidences" and people I know believe it too,
So I believe!
D. Gedeon writes on Poetry, the Arts, Travel, business and other related issues. To view other poems and articles or to leave your comments and suggestions about this Poem visit my blog at: http://gedeonsvillepoetrycorner.blogspot.com
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