James Grengs

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Christian Death - Poem by James Grengs

The new existence
For which you long have looked.
Life itself
Slips away,
And is not missed:
Your new existence,
Your new birth,
Is eternal,
And happier than the former life.
Your body disappears
And is remade.
You are dead,
But now more alive
Than ever before.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, November 26, 2004

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