by Dr. Rick McGrath, Ph.D.


To believe in the unseen a child’s dream
Everyone knows heaven is contained within
Daffodils, sugar plums, and a moon beam
Not to live life to the fullest the only sin.

Throughout the sands of time man believes
A higher power somewhere must exist
The liar, ruler of the air quietly deceives
Believing only in oneself hard to resist.

So many religions around the world long
But for the few who refuse the child’s dream
Could millions throughout time be so wrong?
Colleagues, men and women, our esteem.

Creation came from nothingness with a bang
From chaos came order and perfect harmony
Brilliance of man and his words we hang
We spin though dark matter boring monotony.

Evolution of self now the prevailing way
No longer we believe the unseen child’s dream
A direction of darkness and the soul’s decay
Daffodils, sugar plums, and a moon beam.

Written by Dr. Rick McGrath, Ph.D.

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