cursuswalker wrote:As broadband poetry
Davin Raincloud wrote:cursuswalker wrote:As broadband poetry
LOL, I lol'd at this. techno poetry!!
I know this is rhetorical: So what on Earth do I connect with?
But I would just direct the questioner back to the things at the start of the poem!
Frog wrote:So that I don't detract from the original thread, my understanding of athiesm is the belief that there is no deity guiding anyone.
cursuswalker wrote:That is not to say that such phrases are not a satisfying way of describing a shared sense of a place.
cursuswalker wrote:I enter the grove
And sit by a tree
In such a place as this
I am enthralled by beauty
The Awen surrounds
As broadband poetry
There are no gods to hear
No spirits to see
So what on Earth do I connect with?
Hawthorn_Ent wrote:How can an atheist use the Awen when the Awen stands for " divine Inspiration "?
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