O’ My Loving Jesus
A holy heart with kindness and wisdom
Was boldly addressing them.
To think right, to do the right
And to know themselves.
He opened their eyes
Against orthodox beliefs
What was preached
To the people then.
What a honor he was given! !
Was brutally punished, inhuman
Forcibly they instigated him to kill himself-
By carrying his own cross
Up to the tomb, to be nailed to death.
The devil force, the then ruler
Made a saga against him.
So helpless, so undone then,
He had to Surrender to those beasts.
He is my loving Jesus
Innocent and bold -
Having no option left
Had to sacrifice his life.
Honesty was thus butchered
Publicly in a place! ! ! !
Oh’ Jesus - my loving Jesus,
I just cannot take.
I always keep you
In the core of my heart.
With my uncontrolled tears in eyes
I love you my friend.
I don’t like to see you
As my teacher or a living God.
I don’t even separate you
By immortality in the name of God.
I rather feel your enormous pain
So cowardly and ruthlessly they did execute.
Your love for all and kindness
Is known to us all.
Love you, praise you
And keep you as my closest loving friend.
Could I sit with you alone
And have your touch of hand! ! ! ! ! !
Amatava (18.04.2014) 9-00 am
On Good Friday
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