Twenty-first Century Prayer

O, Lord, let not my Bluetooth fail

Make all my passwords strong.

Protect my battery from all harm

And make its lifespan long.

O, Lord, may all my tweets be great.

And many find them witty.

May hosts of favourites come my way

And not just out of pity.

O, Lord, when I am in my car

Turn all the lights to green.

If birds should fly above me

Keep their crap from my windscreen.

O, Lord, make sure my TV shows

Don’t meet a sticky end.

Keep spoilers from my eyes and ears

Lest I should lose a friend.

O, Lord, deliver tasty food:

The type that comes with fries.

But keep its stores of harmful fat

From clinging to my thighs.

O, Lord, I do the lottery.

Please help me win a prize,

So I can have these bags removed

From underneath my eyes.

O, Lord, my dryer’s on the blink

Please make it work again.

Or failing that, just stop the rain

Until it’s fixed. Amen!

8 thoughts on “Twenty-first Century Prayer

  1. “Oh Lord, Won’t you buy me a Mercedes Benz? My friends all drive Porsches, I must make amends!” In the spirit of Janis Joplin, you have created a prayer for our times! Love this one and this agnostic is converting to your religion! Plaudits on a triumphant ending to our month of persistence! Love it. Love it.

  2. Hi! I have nominated you for a WordPress Very Impressive Blog Award. If you are not interested in participating, that is fine—but perhaps you’ll get a few extra well-deserved readers just from the nomination as I posted your url on my WordPress site! Go here for an explanation:

    (Here’s that pesky woman again, trying to create more work for you by lauding your efforts! I really do mean it that you need do nothing…your url can just reside in my site and win you more fame than ever. I just couldn’t leave you out of a list of favorite sites.) Judy

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