The ever-entertaining Digital Cuttlefish has another wonderful poem that sets out what he, as an atheist, believes.
I believe in love and kindness
I believe in helping hands
I believe in strong opinions
I believe in taking stands
I believe cooperation
Overcomes the steepest odds
I believe we have a fighting chance
I don’t believe in gods.
He posted this as a counterpoint to some American journalist complaining that atheists don’t believe in anything. I’d have just written “well, what a load of bollocks”.
Click below to read the rest.
via “Atheists Believe In Nothing, Including You.” » The Digital Cuttlefish.
The fatberg is one of the most interesting (and disgusting) news items of recent months. The Digital Cuttlefish has written a great little poem about it.
A rack of ribs; a leg of lamb;
A turkey roast; a marbled ham;
We used to cut the fat off, just to eat it!
The drippings from the roasting pan
We use for gravy, quite by plan—
For flavor, you can’t beat it.
via Ah, So That’s Where The Fat Went! » The Digital Cuttlefish.
Click through to read the rest. I love his poetry.