This is a 240 line poem that portrays the conversation between a family therapist, God and Satan. Although the speaker is mentioned for easier understanding, please note they are not to be read and are not to be considered a part of the poem itself.
Satan : You’re late as always!
Were you mopping heaven’s hallways?
Grandeur you expect!
Behold! His Holy Disrespect!
Therapist : Now now Sir, let’s be civil,
For he is God and you are the Devil.
Your differences, we are here to repair,
Not engage in all-out-warfare.
God : Accept my apologies kind doctor,
He has always been no smarter,
Recalcitrant runt, this son of mine
Corrupted you, defied the Divine.
Satan : I gave them free will
I gave them freedom
I loved them as you did
I followed your drum
You needed a villain,
To be their hero,
Youmade me Satan,
Please! Let me come home.
submitted by – Manasa, PSG College of Technology