Physics and God's Paintbrush

In a class they told me once
why the sky is blue.
And so I sat there thinking,
while others seemed to agree,
that a particle sent scattering
was the cause for what we see.
I had found a brick wall though,
and couldn’t get around,
what if all they thought was true
was really just a dream?
For maybe it had nothing to do
with particles or atmosphere,
just the fact that it may have been
a higher power’s vision here-
so when he made the cloudy skies
he chanced to paint it blue.
And that was that, and that “was good”
or so they wrote he said.
If I were to say this though,
what I really think,
all I’d hear are laughs and scorn
for who would believe in an invisible man
who painted all existence?
I suppose though that a deflected particle,
to them, makes much more sense-
though you cannot see it either.
So they can think what they like,
but I still like my “God’s Paintbrush” theory better.

Physics and God's Paintbrush

Shaibelle

Chelsea, United States

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Just a poem about physics and God. If you don’t like the concept, please don’t throw a fit.

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