'Imagining, the Crucifixition'
"Imagining, the Crucifixion"
Can you just try . . . to Imagine
The crowds, of spectators around
Waiting for the Crucifixion to begin
As jerring and anxiety, were abound
Three men, sentenced . . . To die
A blastphemer, and two thieves to hang
From the wooden crosses, way up high
While chants from the people, rang
Silence fell, as the nails were pounded in
The agony, had to be horrendous . . .
Oh, the pain Jesus suffered, for our sin
As He gladly gave His life, to defend us
Dismus, the thief, who hung to His right
Would surely meet Jesus in Paradise . . .
Gestas, denied Jesus. . .With all his might
And I wonder if, he paid the price
Can you just try . . . to imagine
How The Blessed Mother, Mary felt
Her tears streaming, and heart breaking
While in front of that cross, she knelt
From the sixth hour, there was darkness
A sign that God The Father, had sent
The temple Veil, where Priests would confess
Split from top to bottom, yes it was rent
So now . . .we can go boldly, to God's Throne
While pouring out our heart, at His feet
Confessing our sins, to Him alone . . .
While receiving "Salvation" so sweet
Copyright 2012 Judith Johnson Kypta
With His Misson on Earth, accomplished
To His father, he commended His soul
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