The Nature of Supremacy
by Betty Baker Bailey
Man looked hard at the stars for simplicity,
Hoping to prove God an impossibility.
But the stars did not comply.
They left man wondering, “Why?”
But still too blind to recognize the futility.
Man soon turned to the cells in absurdity.
Surely they would expose God’s anonymity.
But the cells did not neglect
To give Him His due respect,
And admonished once again man’s duplicity.
Preferring sludge over Him led to creativity.
If a man from an ape, then ingenuity.
But the bones could not be found
Though they dug up all around
For God is well aware of our stupidity.
If we first ascertained the word supremacy,
We would have little need for such inaccuracy.
While some men may still desire
To stand all that much higher;
God, alone, is the true aristocracy.
That man has evolved is a known fallacy.
That God is a fraud is complete lunacy.
But sinful man in his pride
Is a darkly blinded guide
Whom God, wisely, will not allow legitimacy.
Consider well, now, the word supremacy,
A description of God of most accuracy.
For God carefully controls
The little bit that man knows,
And limits man’s deplorable degeneracy.