A man lied centuries ago in this land.
He lied and built minarets.
The more he lied the more he built minarets.
No man believed him but feared,
‘Cause he said he was a God-sent prophet.
“All men are equal,” he then said to them.
Then why was he the prophet,
Why would God do that to them,
No man dared ask him to explain
No man really believed,
No woman truly listened what he said,
Even though he kept them all ignorant,
Weak, fearful and small with no thought of their own…
Every little woman with no home,
Knew how beastly and small he became in their holes.
Men, too, could see how he was wrong,
But he said he was a prophet.
They had to love him to avoid God’s punishment,
But he was not that good nor was he so innocent.
He was no more than a horny little coward
Desiring to be a tyrant,
Full of lies and secrets;
God was in the heart of every man!
God was in the heart of every woman!
God was in the heart of every child and new-born!
God was in the heart of every atom of every stone!
They didn’t need a prophet!
Men thought they did not believe this prophet,
But they did.
They loved his lies and preached what he preached,
Copied his deeds,
Centuries after centuries,
Men lied like this prophet did,
Fucked like this tyrant did,
Fought like this coward did…
In the name of this prophet,
But really they didn’t…
They loved the way he had lied to them…
They did what he did to other men…
But never what he preached…
Cause every man was a prophet,
Every man was a horny little tyrant,
Every man was in love with devil a little bit…