What Kind Of God?

 

What kind of God would He be

if He did not hear the

bangles ring on

an ant’s

wrist

 

as they move the earth

in their sweet

dance?

 

And what kind of God would He be

if a leaf’s prayer was not as precious to creation

as the prayer His own son sang

from the glorious depth

of his soul –

for us.

 

And what kind of God would He be

if the vote of millions in this world could sway Him

to change the divine

law of

love

 

that speaks so clearly with compassion’s elegant tongue,

saying, eternally saying:

 

all are forgiven – moreover, dears,

no one has ever been

guilty.

 

What
kind of God would He be
if He did not count the blinks
of your
eyes

 

and is in absolute awe of their movements?

 

What a God - what a God we
have

------Kabir

BodhiSvaha BodhiSvaha
22-25, M
3 Responses Feb 7, 2010

I am so glad to have read this. Thank you so much for sharing.

Kabir or Al-Kabir. It all comes from the same place. Thank you for your comment.<br />
=]

A beautiful poem by Kabir (or is it Al-Kabir?) Thank you for sharing!