. Asinine to atheist evolutionists When your science cannot put to rights The special wrongs of our divinity, Your exasperation reaches heights That challenge all the laws of gravity. When you talk at us and see our hearts Are strong on blind belief and Godliness, Though we are more than sums of our seen parts, You tar us with unknowing ugliness. You want to stick us tightly to one spot Where no amount of feathers help us fly, Demand we acquiesce to what we’re not According to your science that we defy. No heaps of calling us an ass or donkey Makes you or I descendants of a monkey. . . Damian Robin is a writer and editor living in the United Kingdom.