When God is an abstract noun

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When God is just an abstract noun
we cram the floating word
with metaphors, provisos, parallels,
pro bonos, caveats, and dreams –

with fluff not concrete, yet
it tumbles right out of the sky.
When God means whatever,
God is a word to beware.

——

Rachel McAlpine

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