Sunday, July 30, 2006

Send me an angel

God must be a corrupted bastard.
For years I have looked towards the sky
awaiting for an angel to take me away.
Then at GMT+2 a metal angel with it's precision guided arrow
takes a 1-day-old girl away. It's a miracle. A fuckin' miracle...

21 comments:

Mindinside said...

I disagree!
God is kind
You just throw ur dark negative looking glass away, please;)

Em said...

Hola

I agree with mindinside..Omid,Ive been through hell these last 5 years and still experiencing some bumps on the roads..

Yes I still believe... He does exist... and one day you will see that... Chin up Ok...

Behrooz said...

I have been waiting for that to happen to. It's a long time now.

Dr O2 said...

This post ain't abt god at all :-)

Dr O2 said...

behrooz - stand in line dude ;-)

Suraya said...

Bro,

This is just the thing that eally makes you wake up, doesn't it?

This has really got NOTHING to do with God...

Haiz...

Sad.

David said...

The world has too many metal angels of death! What an irony that America, whose people are supposedly among the most religious on Earth, are also the makers of more tools for death and destruction than any other country! I wonder what percentage of the weapons that have rained down upon Lebanon in the past few weeks were made in the good 'ole U.S. of A.?! I guess I'm not feeling particularly patriotic at the moment.

jarvenpa said...

I woke this morning to the latest news from Qana...and was this on your mind and heart as well?
I don't think, dear Dr., we can blame the divine (by whatever name we call this) for these moments. And like my friend and countryman, David, I writhe in the knowledge that so much of this destruction comes from this country.
Well, there's a bear on my hill this morning. Though it is a little scary (I don't want close encounters with dogs or my kids)I am glad something wild survives.
May our wild hearts survive as well.

mariamusic said...

Hi Dr O2,

you're not thinking of suicide sort of thing,are ya?

mariamusic

b v n said...

here for the first time i think,you've got some very intelligent posts.made a good read,keep posting.Thanks

Dr O2 said...

well that corrupted piece is because his council does not seem to honour the order in which applications are filled :-) only n only this.

& well who is the easiest to pick on when the world is driving you mad?? Also sometimes you tell someone sth loud so that the other person you couldn name hears it. A diversion perhaps.

I am in no way religious but I do believe in god & the best thing abt it, is that there is always someone you can freely nag to or blame & he never gets offended & no revenge has yet been reported :-)

Dr O2 said...

suraya - besides my alarm-clock yep ;-)

david - I hate war. I hate the ignorance of the ones far away from it. & I hate many other things like eggplants ;-)

I don fill a pity for the two sides on war. They deserve to get the worse butthe civilians are falling victim & this is killin me for some time :-( I had to postpone some posts to write how I felt.

Jarvenpa - Yeah it was abt a mother & her 5 children dead in one incident & a dead one year old girl :-(

A good thing abt believing in gid is that u always have someone to nag to easily.

mariamusic - NEVER :-) my only plan for now is to continue studying. Afterwards I will consider it ;-)

Dew Drops said...

all my doubt is that, the one i found is an angel or not. i am confusd ;(

Rose said...

Oh!

:( :( :(

..Me

Rose said...

Not the highest of religious beliefs or political intentions or philosophical notions is justification enough to take away an innocent life..

P.S: - I was so outraged it took a couple of minutes for words to flow out of me..

..Me

Inder said...

we are the gods. we make those terrific metal angels. and we use them to do terrible things. we are the ones to be praised and we are to be blamed.

Johnny said...

As usual great post.

Ps: i have added your blog in my link list

gumbee said...

I can hardly stand to turn on the news anymore, with all these children's lives being taken by war. I watched this weekend as many children were being lifted out of the rubble caused by a bomb. They were dead.

LiVEwiRe said...

Sometimes we question things that have no answers. Then we tire and stop questioning; it can be easier that way. In the end, we find ourselves looking for answers yet again - it's a never ending cycle.

Hydra said...

hi doc, nice way to focus our attention to the atrocities of war. thanks for this post.

Kimia said...

Doc, we know nothing about this world and our life. Even we are not sure if it is good to live long or bad. I feel better when I think those kids are resting now. they finished their duty in this world early but we still have to fight, run and suffer of losing others :)