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Date Added: June 15, 2005 20:06:04 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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~Back From The Dead

His hands so cold,

His heart at rest,

As lord of all sees one last test.

A grieving world,

We turn to you,

The one entombed in shadows new.

The planet waits,

Not knowing when

We'll see this man of love again.

But death is not a worthy foe,

This wound,

This sting,

He will not go.

He was sent from above,

He has the power of love,

He rised from his bed,

He came back from the dead.

Author's Notes:
This is a poem I wrote when I heard Jesus came back from the dead.
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