Poem: Silent Tears (II)

Poem by: jjbreunig3

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A Christian poem of faith.

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Submitted: November 01, 2012

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Submitted: November 01, 2012

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Have you envisioned
our Lord upon The Cross?
Have you seen
those considered lost?

Did you notice
the absence of Grace?
Did you observe
tears staining His face?

Can you imagine
the agony of His pain?
Have you accepted the Gift
of the Lamb that was slain?

On that day of crucifixion
Love was brokenhearted
and divine reconciliation
was quietly started.

Christ mourned the souls
who chose the path of rejection
and was sadden by their ignorance
of His personally offered Salvation.

Days before Resurrection Sunday
the silent tears of Christ fell,
having glimpsed the future in which…
numerous souls were separated by hell.

 

Author Notes:

Loosely based on:
Matt 26-27; Luke 23; Mark 15; John 18-19; 1 Cor 1:23

Learn more about me and my poetry at:
http://www.squidoo.com/book-isbn-1419650513/

By Joseph J. Breunig 3rd, © 2012, All rights reserved.

 


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