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Lonely Hill

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Lonely Hill

Walking up that lonely
hill, facing death with
no regret,bruised and
whipped from head to
toe,carrying the cross,
such a heavy load.

Betrayed by the one
that supped with him,
thirty pieces of silver,
and a kiss is where it began.

He knew from the start
what He had to do,
He knew His Commandment,
and He followed it through.

Thank you Lord from
the tomb you rose,giving
us a choice,which path we
should go, will it be heaven,
or will it be hell? He is a
gentleman,He won't make 
us go against our own will.


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  1. Date: 3/1/2009 1:03:00 AM
    Than you for supporting my contest Marie.Rgds Brian

  1. Date: 2/28/2009 7:34:00 AM
    Th first three stanzas make a telling vignette Marie.Rgds Brian & thanks for your welcome comments (have you thought of entering my Easter Epistle contest ?)

  1. Date: 2/27/2009 8:54:00 AM
    "Thirty pieces of silver and a kiss" is a strong image capturing the irony of betrayal, Marie. This poem is timely, too, as Easter approaches. Good write! Carolyn

  1. Date: 2/26/2009 8:05:00 PM
    A beautiful written truth.

  1. Date: 2/25/2009 11:50:00 AM
    the truth as it has been proclaimed. john

  1. Date: 2/25/2009 2:58:00 AM
    Such truth in this one Marie, He won't make us go against our own will. Great line...Raul

  1. Date: 2/24/2009 7:33:00 AM
    A beautiful truth, beatifully worded. Humbling to read. ~Leander

  1. Date: 2/24/2009 7:27:00 AM
    Cavalry brought to our eyes again as well it should be. We should always remember He who went before us and for us. Wonderful, fluid write. Michael