God said, “I made a man”

by Jose Garcia Villa

God said, “I made a man out of clay-

But so bright he, he spun Himself to the brightest Day

Till he was all shining gold, and oh,

He was handsome to behold!

But in his hands held he a bow

Aimed at me who created him.

And said, “Wouldst murder me

Who am thy Fountainhead?”

Then spole he the man of gold:

I will not Murder thee! I do but Measure thee.

Hold Thy peace!”

And this I did, But I was curious of this so regal head.

“Give thy name! - “Sir! Genius.”


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14 Responses to “God said, “I made a man””

  1. charles zymone lee Says:

    this means that we need to give praise to god because he is our creator
    our only father

  2. raven ramirez Says:

    MAMORDXXX

  3. vina Says:

    maam pwede tuturen ko about jesus

  4. renette Says:

    It is not in the blue print that man will no evils during his stay in the wold when created the man…Therefore at the end of the time those men who did evils will go back to God ,his creator…Refining himself..

  5. romeo Says:

    .it means that god created us in his own worth,we must be thankful to him because he is the source of all.to those who did evils god will be the to one to judge him,

  6. Marvin Tubid Says:

    ILI

  7. Kamille Says:

    a.) On the third and fourth lines, what happened to His creation?

    b.) What do these lines mean? “He was handsome to behold! But in his hands held he a bow.”

    c.) Why does the man aim the bow and arrow towards his Creator?

    d.) Explain these lines, “I will not murder Thee.” “I do but measure Thee.”

  8. Kamille Says:

    a.) On the third and fourth lines, what happened to His creation?

  9. artagnan Says:

    the writer expresses how far man has come in developing his logic and intellect. the poem seems to rationalize how man has evolved into a being that seeks to acquire superior knowledge not only of the universe but also about his creator. the golden man in the poem conceals his rebellious nature through his “noble quest for wisdom”.

  10. artagnan Says:

    the poem seems to rationalize how man has evolved into a being that seeks to acquire superior knowledge not only of the universe but also about his creator. the golden man in the poem conceals his rebellious nature through his “noble quest for wisdom”.

  11. artagnan Says:

    the golden man in the poem conceals his rebellious nature through his “noble quest for wisdom”.

  12. leadan Says:

    what is the meaning of noble quest for wisdom…please tnx :) and the title of god said i made a man

  13. raf Says:

    And said, “Wouldst murder me

    Who am thy Fountainhead?”-mean?

  14. fhau Says:

    how would you describe the syntax of this poem? thx :)

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