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Tonight my friends I am your host,
And 'tis truth I wish to toast;
Step aside the ignorant masses!
Cast away you're doubting demon!
Let's all raise our glasses!
To the truth of the final sermon!

You with the cross around your neck,
Pray tell your feelings, whilst on the Titanic wreck;
'I wasn't born, as well you know...'
Then why persist the thought of heaven,
Let the pre-birth ignorance flow!
For that is death, go to sleep and never waken!

'Why are we here then learned Sir,
If there is no God as you infer?'
Why must you have a reason?
Simply fuel you're internal fire,
Achieve an ambition and then move on!
And forfill you're heart's desire!

Never let a chance go by,
Seize the moment as do I;
For they're few and far between.
But don't be selfish in your action,
Don't be cruel since feelings can't be seen...
For others too; are here for only a fraction.

'Where will we be if we abandon ethics?
The world will be over run with heretics!'
People will live together - with no outsider!
heed the help and be confirmed!
'I'm afraid I'm non the wiser.'
No my lady - merely better informed.


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The following comments are for "Tonight My Friends I Am Your Host"
by Steve Murphy

Bugger...
I've just noticed that I've posted this with a bloody mistake. The You're Doubting Demon should read Your Doubting... I wan't attempting to be clever in this part!

( Posted by: Steve Murphy [Member] On: September 19, 2003 )

^^^Host^^^
~Steve Murphy~
Great Poem, as always. enjoyed reading it

~Blessings~
{{{Jeannie}}}

( Posted by: JEANNIE45 [Member] On: September 19, 2003 )





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