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Easter Poems

A New Covenant
Reflecting on the events of Good Friday. We need to explore all the grace in His great sacrifice - what a gift!

It should have been me
A short poem reflecting on the miscarriage of justice that first Easter

Lash by Lash the pain He bore
Reflecting on the coming of Easter

Third Man on a Cross
This poem elaborates on a brief conversation recorded in Luke's gospel where our Lord speaks with a man we know little about. This man certainly did not understand the mystery unfolding. Or maybe he understood more than we think.

Dusty Roads
Written from the perspective of the thief on the cross - who had experienced many dusty roads!

Life from the Dead
Though we celebrate the Resurrection every week, it seems fitting that a day be set aside each year for special focus. Not only is it fitting to have a day like Easter, it seems fitting that it is in the spring when we see nature returning to life.

Jesus’ Triumphal Entry
Inspired by Mark 11 : 1 - 10. Written from the donkey’s point of view. In my poem, I highlight the mixed emotions I imagine Jesus must have felt, seeing He knew what was awaiting Him in the coming Passion week.

He chose to go alone
I woke up this morning singing "He could have called 10,000 angels but He chose to go alone"To think that one angel destroyed the whole of Sennacherib's army!To have absolute power and to choose not to use it is power indeed

The full extent of His love.
(John 13:1 NIV) It was just before the Passover Feast. Jesus knew that the time had come for him to leave this world and go to the Father. Having loved his own who were in the world, he now showed them the full extent of his love.

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