david ghabrian


Times Away - Poem by david ghabrian

Bewildered we were
As we ascent the lord door steps
Never have been close before
Alienation and tedious sour
What may be our hearts underwent before
Looking so strange
We passed through the packed rows
At the statues we laid our eyes
We made the way up to the alter
Where Jesus lies
Our faith had faded away
Time had laid his hands on souls
As if they were the preys
Hatred occupying our loins
Foolishness consumed as we gone astray
We both stood, stooped and said a little pray
Right before the crucified Jesus lay
And off we drew back silently
Gracefulness pours filling up our cracked hearts
Bathing the dried out core
Thoughts of peace begin to revolve and seed
Absorbing life again in Christ’s unfaltering shield


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, September 29, 2007

Poem Edited: Tuesday, April 12, 2011


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