Face Of Betrayal - Poem by Ima Ryma
Da Vinci's 'The Last Supper' shows
Judas, fourth from the left, as he
Hears words from Jesus that he knows
A betrayer in their midst be.
Judas, in shadow, head bent low,
Tipping over a bin of salt
On the table by his elbow.
Does Jesus know it is his fault?
And clutching onto a small purse.
The silver pieces paid within?
To betray Christ - the Judas curse.
Judas forgiven of this sin!
The last to last in time and place.
Da Vinci painted face by face.
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