God, Voltaire And Mozart

Poem By gershon hepner

“If God had not existed” ––hypothetical––
“it’s clear he would have had to be invented.”
If Mozart hadn’t–– this is quite heretical––
could God have made him, keeping me contented.

12/17/00

Comments about God, Voltaire And Mozart

there is so much meaning in those few lines.with many people the question is there-whether God created man or man created God.....and thing like that...good poem


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