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Don't let your image be stepped on (Acronym)

Adye S O

Forgiveness

Once Utopia

♥The mystery of tongue♥



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***America Remembers***

**The silent king**

*My great pride*

*Ruby Red*

*The Nut-Lycans*

*Within Kwanzaa*

*`~`*the Forbidden Flea*`~`*

*~True Frienship~*

*.*) Fate*( .

A Mademoiselle Bestia

Childhood

Deceitful (Haiku)

Disappointment

Ebola

Fron a little girl's heart

Healing

Hey Nanny

Hidden (Haiku)

His Execution

Honor

Human Vs Evil

It evil (Haiku)

Journalist

Just Another Woman

La vieillesse

Let Down

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His Execution

The moment of anguish
Alley of betrayal
Scene of suffering by one-man greed
Garden of lost hope
Awful, dreadful night
The beasts, unmerciful men, armed
Marched toward the pure, innocent soul
Gethsemane! Gethsemane!
He was tied with ropes and arrested
Accused for no known cause
Pilate, "for I find no fault in him"
Thus, he was flogged
His garment was torn
With the crown of thorns
His blood dripped from his forehead
Bathed his face, body and sweat
Put to shame, degradation, pain, and sorrow
Condemned and crucified
O Bethlehem! O Bethlehem!
The Lamb of God
He came to save us sinners
We gave him deception and death
O great virgin lady!
For your martyrs and torments
For witnessed the great sacrifice of the lamb
You stood the pain with fortress
And with great compassion
Blessed be! Blessed be!
O Jerusalem! O Jerusalem!
Sadness has overtaken your land
The deep dark sky cried of despair
For our savior was sacrificed
We all are sinners!
With his compassion,
He took the part of a man for our sins
The prophecy has accomplished
He defeated death!
Maranatha!
© 2011 by _Patricia Etienne
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© 2011 by _Patricia Etienne
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