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Pulse



God was, is and will be the energy.
God thought a bit
His sound lit
In binary sound
God coded our ear
Upgraded to near
We chose the mode
We wrote our lives
We joked each others
We hated to be God
We loved to Pray
With thought.
Shockwaves paved the day.
Then we named God
Then God named himself again
because his name made more sense.
Look inside yourself for answers.

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Gods thought.

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Written on October 02, 1981

Submitted by heathert.34240 on October 02, 2021

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