~~~ Leaven ~~~
The Sibling Twins - Poem by ~~~ Leaven ~~~
Two siblings twins,
Both of the Royal Throne,
Born of Him, the Law.
Without them He is not
And with them “Most High.”
The sibling twins were grieved,
For they were dissevered,
And could exist not together,
Lest their Father die.
One was bestowed upon him,
The rights to the souls of justice,
And to her the hearts of mercy.
Yet mercy could have none,
For her brother claimed them all.
Justice partook, for he had not a choice
And meant to keep his Father strong.
The sons of men fell short of the Light.
Obedient then to his charge,
He plucked them for his own.
Seeing the daughter of mercy saddened,
Their Holy Brother, the Lamb and the Way
Knelt before his brother and sister
The sibling twins
To give unto them unity.
A sacrifice was He
Made unto him “The Law, ”
The Father of the Lamb and his children fair.
Now through true penitence
Mercy claimed her own,
And Justice his own too.
So together they could walk Hand in hand,
Praising their Father and honoring His Son,
Kneeling jointly to raise Them,
Upon the pedestal of glory
And cause Them to be most high.
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