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TITLE: Think-Come See
By Cie J. Gray
02/28/13
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This is targeted to seekers. It is supposed to be in the form of a Christmas ornament--centered on the page. Each line adds one syllable until it culminates in the 11th line with 11 syllables. Then reverses the same way. The first and the last line rhyme, the second and the second to last rhyme etc.
The first time I posted it, it got rearranged and I can't center it now. Still trying to figure out how to post well on here! Thank you for any feedback you can give me.
Jesus Is
Cie J. Gray
April 16, 2012


Think
Come see
Jesus is
Sin's sole repair
Balm to the punctured
Grace for the repentant
The Giver of a brand new name
Judah's Lion stalking darkness
Ruling this earth with His Father God
Blazing clear paths for the weary to trod
Drudging beside us through our valley's deep sod
Pointing and guarding with His staff and rod
Poised on His seat, awaiting the nod
Easing our fears in bleak starkness
From cold ashes fanning flames
Rewarding expectance
Avenging torture
The devil's Snare
Jesus lives
Thirst free
Drink
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