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God And The World
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God And The World

Poem By Max Reif

God is a traffic cop
conducting a mad symphony
in the busiest intersection,
wildly tooting his whistle
and gleefully waving his arms
at all manner of vehicles rushing by—
and the crazier the driver, the better!

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Comments (3)

This was good. Some great imagery happening.
Never heard that comparison before, but why not? It's as good as any, and more interesting and amusing than most. I imagine him trying to listen and respond to all the prayers flying his way. Traffic cop is a good analogy. Maybe juggler, too.
Love it Max. Very clever. I had a giggle at the image.