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Your rhyme and rhythm is perfection, your message evocative and full of truth.

One tiny little critique, that one line could be changed to: "yet not a word is spoken" and the perfect flow would not be interrupted.

This is lovely at any time, but perfect for publication around Easter.
This wonderful poem from Barabbas' point of view is amazing. I've sometimes wondered what he must have thought - I do so hope that he did turn to faith in Christ.
A brilliant depiction of Christ and the events leading up to His crucifixion...And, the thoughts of Barabbas and what he may have been feeling. I enjoyed it immensely, great job and most creative. God Bless~
Congratulations on achieving such clear teaching while using such a simple poetic frame.
Barrabas is one of those biblical cameos whose final story we can only guess about, and you have thrown some light without makiong it too strong. Well done.