The writer faces the blank slate, pondering what to convey today,
He strives to keep it simple, so that the readers see it his way...
Considering the events of the past week, the ideas start flowing,
Then he crosses out each one, wondering about where this is going...
Struggling with "writer's block" and the thoughts going through his mind--
Why did those things happen the way they did--why were they all so unkind?
Facing the paper once again, it all-of-a-sudden hits him what to write:
He scribbles down what he knows, because he wants to make it right...
Lifting up the placard, he smiles at the simple irony of the whole ordeal,
As the crowd outside cries "Crucify Him!" again and again with zeal...
After Jesus was crucified at the place called 'The place of the skull',
He placed the placard, written in three languages on the cross...
In the end, the religious leaders did not like what Pilate wrote, but he said:
"What I have written, I have written."
"And Pilate also wrote a title (an inscription on a placard) and put it on the cross. And the writing was: Jesus the Nazarene, the King of the Jews."
(John 19:19 Amplified)
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