Dr John Celes

Veteran Poet - 3,343 Points (14-2-1957 / Coimbatore, Tamilnadu, India)

Happy Easter 2012


The tomb of stone's empty!
Christ Jesus has risen,
On day three after death,
Just as He had foretold!

His death on cross was sad;
Even the sun didn't shine;
And earth shuddered awhile,
As corpses came alive!

Jesus was Truth and Light;
The dark tomb couldn't contain
Christ who's Light of the world;
Death could never prevail.

The Good Shepherd, He bore
Our every cross and sin;
The spotless lamb got slain
To save man from ruin!

What obeisance, Christ showed!
His Father was so pleased;
His heart was always moved
By love, His son had proved.

Good that Jesus rose then;
Our faith has stood the test;
Like Christ, we all can rise;
If sinless, reach heaven!

Jesus had crushed satan;
The body dies but then
Resurrection is true,
As soul and body meet.

By Christmas, Christ was born;
Through Easter, Christ died, rose;
In glory, He will come
As God and King and judge!

Easter gives man new hope;
The righteous can see God;
Jesus has paid the price
For every sin of man!
Copyright by Dr John Celes 8-04-12

Submitted: Sunday, April 08, 2012
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