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The Crucifixion Of Christ

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Composed, by Special Request, 18th June 1890


Then Pilate, the Roman Governor, took Jesus and scourged Him,
And the soldiers platted a crown of thorns, and thought it no sin
To put it on His head, while meekly Jesus stands;
They put on Him a purple robe, and smote Him with their hands.

Then Pilate went forth again, and said unto them,
Behold, I bring Him forth to you, but I cannot Him condemn,

And I would have you to remember I find no fault in Him,
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Chinedu Dike 27 December 2015

A well articulated narrative piece of poetry, nicely penned in good rhyme scheme with spiritual insight. A tale of stations of the cross written with conviction. Thanks for sharing.

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