. There Is No God? “There is no God,” Some men do say. This doubt, some voice, And claim this day. If God is myth Who gave us eyes? Who gave us joy? Who paints blue skies? Have they no dog, Have they no wife, Have they no child So full of life? Awake each morn, And thankful not? Not on their knees For all they’ve got? How does the sun Rise in the east? Look now around--- Life is a feast! How moves our heart? Who made our friends? Who made these hands For wounds to mend? There is no God? Just chance and dust? Life is in vain? In naught we trust? Be still your mind, Let your heart free, Let feelings in… There God will be. . . Michael Charles Maibach began writing poems at age nine. Since then he has continued writing poems, and sharing them with friends. His career has involved global business diplomacy. He is a native of Peoria, Illinois. Today Michael resides in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia. More of his poems are found at www.MaibachPoems.us or on Facebook.