“Don’t Be Stiff, Man” (satire)

Written by: Victor P.

“Don’t Be Stiff, Man” (satire)

Don’t be stiff, man, loosen up,
Fill your blissful ignorance’s cup,
Don’t be cold, better to be lukewarm,
In the middle’s all right and no harm.

Don’t reprove, that’s just mean,
Don’t rebuke, that’s just obscene,
Just don’t say there’s objective truth,
It’s all subjective, we don’t need proof.

Some things Jesus didn’t know, man,
But we’re smarter than He was then,
We’re modern and progressive, see,
What we are now is what we will be.

Some things Jesus couldn’t have said,
They were added after he was dead,
You just need to be nice to people, man,
And be the very best you that you can.


Author: GloryToGodAlone

Just a man who's thirty blogging for the glory of God. Reading, Writing, Thinking, Living. Sharing things from Books, Poems/Prose, Quotes, Links, Images, Etc. My 2 sites/blogs here are "Glory to God Alone" (shared quotes, links, media, books, etc.) AND "Battle, Adventure, Beauty"(my own poems, prose, notes, thoughts,etc.)

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