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OF THE VEDAS
friends, one day in an argument locked up
A theist and an atheist on a balcony after the sup
Turning were they at times into sceptic and lunatic
With the steady progress of discussion on the topic.
As the debate went on, they began swearing
By God, devil, and tuft even without quivering
No one was less than the other in raising the pitch
To stress his point with conjunctives who and which.
Often the atheist in the name of rational thinking
Demanded evidence without remorse and blinking
And derided and rejected every point of his mate
When discussed the question of the inexorable fate.
"You can't bring theology to the discussion table It's fed on belief and drawn from legend and fable
Neither could you drag God to put Him in to test tubes
Nor measure His dimensions, as you do with cubes.