Some Have Steeples. Some Don'T

Poem By Lawrence S. Pertillar

What do I think of church?

'Yes! '

Like in 'church' church?

'Yes! '

Some have steeples.
Some don't.
Some have people.
Some wont.

Some are religiously political.
And some are politically religious.

My vehicle is my church.
And that's all I care about.

So your 'car' is your church? '

No no!
My 'body' is my church.
It is my sanctuary.

Keep in mind,
I am not devoted to keep it as pure,
As it should be.
But I do the best I can,
Not to be led away by temptation.

But everyday I pray to be forgiven,
Of those 'sins' I know I should not enjoy!
You can find me anytime,
Self righteously defending...
My point of view.

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