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The Man Who Forgave Those Who Killed Him

Poetry By: Mike Lachnicht
Romance


a poem about the death of Christ


Submitted:May 4, 2011    Reads: 39    Comments: 1    Likes: 0   


Once I stopped to think about

How my life would turn out

And in stopping I saw the man

Who shined like light and held out his hand

For once he hung upon a cross

While Romans and Jews spears did toss

And impaled he was left to die

His mother fair Mary did cry

Here came John with love in eye

And how Saint John did cry

When up upon the cross hung him

And iron impaled his every limb

There alone sat my lord

And spoke him simple word

"Forgive them for the know not what they do"

And with that his life was through





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