The Rejection Of Jesus - Poem by Steven Federle
“I hear the whisperings of many: “Terror on every side! Denounce! let us denounce him! ”
Jeremiah 20: 10
Why do you not believe me?
Have I not wept
as, lost and empty
you cried out in the night?
I shed bitter tears
when at last you fell
and did not arise.
I’ll breath my anguish
and fire your still heart
with my passion.
What more can I do for you
(image: Jesus the Homeless, bronze sculpture by Timothy Schmalz
Regis College, the University of Toronto.)
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