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echoes reverberated found place in my heart, still resonates not knowing into how many hearts

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

LUMINOUS

The dove settled on the chosen
Then made was the revelation
Lord grant me the desire 
to pursue my destination 

Love galore in meeting of souls
The wine short now flowing in bowls
Lord the love of heavens 
let it manifest in the meeting of souls

On the mount near to heaven
there were tasks one to seven
The one given to me
is truly my mission

And when I fall on my knees
And thou shalt hear my cries
Be it that from the forest trees
contemplate the transfiguration till the seas

so that I will let my heart bleed
with love that's into mine poured
The sacrificial broken bread
shall remind me of calvary till I am dead
 

35 comments:

  1. Are truly meaningful poem...which shone brightly

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  2. The sacrificial broken bread
    shall remind me of calvary till I am dead

    Great ending jossina! One remembers those moments!

    Hank

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  3. How we all must wish that our time here does more good than bad despite such destruction and abuse of the resources of the world to give our children the same chance we had.

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  4. yes , atleast let us do what we can , or atleast wish so

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  5. Intriguing... absolutely remarkable!
    xoxo

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  6. A wonderful read for Easter Sunday! Always need to remember Calvary.

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  7. I like how you make this universal story a personal one. "The one given to me / is truly my mission" - my favorite lines in your poem.

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  8. Very appropriate for this day of remembrance that this world is forgiven. Happy Easter to you,

    Elizabeth

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  9. A beautiful personal story based on a much larger one for this holiday....

    Donna@LivingFromHappiness

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  10. The lines that speak to me most loudly are "Lord the love of heavens
    let it manifest in the meeting of souls". In light of recent attacks on people of faith, reading this testament speaks to my heart.

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  11. A perfect Easter poetry ... loved it :-)

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  12. You have shared some inner reflections that are so apt for today's celebration. Thanks for the poem. Happy Easter!

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  13. It is our responsibility to a responsible being like the apostles. We all have purpose in this life.

    Happy Easter

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  14. Blessing to you! A most hopeful piece.

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    1. thank you very much for your blessings

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  15. A very beautiful Easter peice.

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  16. Amen! A wonderful heartfelt prayer.
    ZQ

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  17. Deep reflection on purpose and life meaning...blessings!

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  18. This is a wonderful reflection on faith.

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