I ponder your marvel, Jesus, "holy"!
Revealed to that blind man who loudly cried,
Begging your mercy on him, who's lowly...
You asked him the obstacles on his stride.
And in answer, O, preserver of "life"!
He begged your glance on him as his true guide.
For long he'd undergone many a strife.
His blindness had made an enduring scar.
Hurdles he had faced abundantly rife.
He implored to perceive truths as they are.
And your loving "grace" to discern always,
Granting him your wisdom excellence par…
Perception presumes positive soul rays.
The light of "faith" should permeate the heart.
By God's words, our actions should get ablaze.
The blind man wanted to become a part,
Of the endless creative deeds of God,
Full of "hope"; in holiness set apart…
You looked at him with "love" and a smile broad
He received your enhancing mercy look!
"Joy" filled him and your kindness he did laud.
We, indeed, need always the Jesus look
Jesus look is - look with no hook or crook.
11 June 2021
Jesus Poetry Contest
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Copyright © Christuraj Alex | Year Posted 2021
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