Above the Pain
Mount Calvary, that hill so far away
Our martyr hung for the wind to sway
Above the pain, that earthly feeling
Suspended between ground and ceiling
That mission to follow, his mortal goal
With mind over matter in total control
The pain to endure, an unbearable climb
Rescued by death, leaving life behind
Of bewildered minds and disciples’ tears
His new paradise still holding all the fears
Where pain is no longer a lamented singing
But a kingdom where death is a new beginning
All hail to the one who rose above that pain
With the world to see and his to gain
Jesus, thou art the bravest of the brave
With that mortal mission on earth to fulfill
With that determination to rise above the pain

Written on Good Friday, 2015

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Robert L. Martin
about 5 years

Thank you very much. You are so kind

about 5 years

You are a well grounded poet sir. I enjoy your poetry. Maybe one day I hope to be as well balanced as you.

Robert L. Martin
over 5 years

Actually I've written almost 800. I'm a poemaholic.

Charlotte B. Williams
over 5 years

I love this!!! and how true it is. My goodness you have written a lot of poems , I'll have to visit you again so I can read some more.

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