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Sonnet: Feast Of Christ, The King

When Jesus comes enthroned a second time,
With angels, and his face in glory shines,
He comes to judge the living/ dead in prime:
‘Like sheep and goats, the good and bad, He lines.'

The righteous fed Him, hungry when He came;
And quenched His thirst and clothed Him naked when;
Welcoming Him, a stranger, cared when lame;
Visiting Him in jail, consoling then.

But neither they nor men of bad-will knew!
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Sonnet: Feast Of Christ, The King
Sunday, November 26, 2017
Topic(s) of this poem: celebration
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