They Asked if There was a God

by Roy Charles Henry

They asked if there was a god.
And there came no answer.

And the sunrise exploded softly across the morning sky.
“If there is a god, what is he like,” they asked?
And there came no answer.

And the cool evening breeze
choreographed the sweet dance of pastel-colored flowers.
“If there is a god,” they asked, “who am I?”
And there came no answer.

And the dancing mother swept up her laughing child
In a soft, warm embrace.
“If there is a god, why am I here?” they asked.
And there came no answer.

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