Since we have a few people who seem to like poetry here, I thought you might be amused by some Christian poems. Actually, if you like and respect poetry, you might not want to click through that link—this is poetry like throwing a cat in a woodchipper is music. I’ve included a few small fragments below the fold if you just want a taste.
As you gaze into the bosom of God,
A big empty whole you will see.
God is so empty and sad because He is so lonely.
He misses you so much, dear.
That hole in His heart,
so big and empty, is where you once came from.
His life and love is what made you what you are.
Rats do not have feathers.
They do not have wings.
But you, your wings beat down the air.
They lift you higher and higher still.
Carry me with you in your strong beaks.
I am your rat.
Hear God’s horn!
Come! Come! My Baby! Come! My Baby!
General Jesus is calling!
Hear the drums of heaven!
Law of love rules!
Great party! Jesus’ bride jumps around like a gazelle!
She is completely drunk!
There are also some tedious Christian stories and incoherent sermons at the site, which, curiously enough, is based out of New Hope, Minnesota, a Minneapolis suburb. We do have some weird ones up here.