I have spent quite a bit of time over the past several years forming and refining my beliefs. For me, the topic which has required the most thought is the existence of a God. The conclusion at which I have arrived is that until/unless I meet Him, or directly witness proof of His existence, I cannot know whether there is a God. This led me to my second conclusion: as long as I cannot know whether there is a God, there is no reason for me to think about His existence any further. These conclusions are the subject of the following poem:

An Agnostic Limerick