Hope Born

Hope Born

A Poem by RHEA CROSLEY

Grief

Darkness at midday

Violent rain

Lightening flashing

World's thickest veil torn

Buried

Light flashes, men fear

Boulder moves

Graves open, people rise

God-man walks gently


© 2010 RHEA CROSLEY



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Added on March 9, 2010
Last Updated on March 9, 2010
Tags: Darkness, veil, graves, God-man, rain, violent

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RHEA CROSLEY
RHEA CROSLEY

Annapolis, MD



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