Monday, March 2, 2015
For Your Forgiveness
There once walked a man who only held faith in hand. He walked through stick and stone and they broke through his bones. He did not raise his fist in hate with a shroud of peace he'd retaliate. In the face of a man with an outstretched whip he held outstretched arms only to love would he submit. Conquering strength with caring he falls on opposition with a warming heart pulling us together not tearing us apart. His tenderness brings the purity of the dove to the very soul of crow's tyranny the flight of his endeavor to save humanity. He sought to alleviate the pain of all as martyr he'd fall. Pierced by nails, resurrected veils let this man carry you to forgiveness find by forgiving you are forgiven.