They believe that all the tiny flies, with their sniffing noses and compound eyes,
With their wings and other things
Such as tasting and hearing, are miracles of amazing engineering.
So are whales, with their breathing gills and massive tails,
And bees and fleas, dogs and frogs,
Cats and bats, and even the rats, and elderly ladies having chats.
Everything, from their eyes to their brain, from snowflakes to rain,
Everything, they have to concede, are truly miracles indeed.
So the next time you see clouds, the moon, or a shimmering lake,
Remember that as believers, atheists take the cake.