Religion

Poetry by Ross Adamson

Poems about fantasy belief, invented higher powers, mass wishful thinking and the weirdness of religious worship. Verse on how organised religion does more harm than good in the modern world. Rhymes about religiosity, delusion, spirituality, myth, faith, gullibility, evangelism and wrongheadedness.

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God Squad

God Squad

Irrational crusaders, Faithful champions of fraud, Trade common sense for fairytales; Escapists, 'All aboard!' ...

Je suis Charlie

Je suis Charlie

Charlie Hebdo. Mindless slaughter. Hopeless dogma. Inhumane ...

Tribute to Tyranny

Tribute to Tyranny

A tyrant Saudi king dies And we fly the flags half-mast, Despite their human rights abuses, Now and recent past ...

Pay As You Pray

Pay As You Pray

Twisted logic, Toxic thought: Welcome to the temple Of the god you bought ...

In The End

In The End

I’ve reached the conclusion That life’s an illusion And death’s just the end of the show. But one thing’s uncertain: At the fall of the curtain, What happens and where do we go? ...