So I got a bit of rhyme stuck in my head, and was busily trying to expand it into something worth posting, when I thought, 'Hold on. I've written this before.' And I had; back in May 2012. So sod it, here's a repost…
Love your neighbour unless he's gay, has another faith or doesn't pray.
Unless his book has a different cover, love thy neighbour like a brother.
Jesus said it, it must be true! Love those next door like you love you.
Could you point it out—I think I missed—where he inserted an asterisk;
A footnote-list of caveats, of those you shouldn't love like that?
Am I wrong,
Is it really true,
He merely meant those
Who are just like you?
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