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Easter Poems

Gethsemane finalist in poetry contest
Written 20 years ago, but still one of my faves. I think the lines ending with double syllables produce a breathless urgency, hurtling the story to its conclusion. After 20 years, I finally tweaked the final stanza that bothered me with extra syllables.

You chose to climb the hill and not turn back
I was reflecting on the temptation of Jesus and struck by the fact that Jesus said "No" to Satan and chose the way to Calvary

Behold, the Man
Then Jesus came out, wearing the crown of thorns and the purple robe. And Pilate said to them, “Behold the Man!” John 19:5 (NKJV)

A glimpse of glory
A reflection upon the Transfiguration of Jesus

I Swung the Hammer
I Swung the Hammer shows that my sins is the reason Jesus willingly sacrificed himself out of love to draw the lost to Him.

His Eyes second in poetry contest
Imagine what it was like to be among the people when Jesus was sentenced to the cross.

A Peaceful Storm
This poem was written to encourage believers who are going through the storm of life.

The Journey finalist in poetry contest
Written after the Palm Sunday service at church this morning

The Surrendered Son
This is a poem about the Garden of Gethsemane and the struggle that Christ went through as He prepared to endure the suffering of the cross. His disciples slept, and this reminds us that no one else contribute to our salvation. Christ alone must save.

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