A Son She Bore Onto the World

A Son She Bore Onto the World

A Poem by Tomás Ó Cárthaigh
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A poem focusing on the loss of Jesus to Mary his mother.

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She a son bore to the world
A prophet it would reject
Persecute and crucify
And show to him no respect
After placing on a road
Palms under his donkeys feet
In worship of His message
Only then for the elite
To arrest Him and to charge
As heresy it was set
And to pacify the throng
Sentenced then He was to death
Her Son she bore to the world
She saw before her crucified
Her son, nailed, onto a cross
Between two thieves, he died.
She knows all the worlds sorrows
She bore of them no small part
And she will bless those who pray
To her Immaculate Heart.

© 2010 Tomás Ó Cárthaigh


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A great tribute to the mother of my Savior. Well Written and Well Done! Congrats on this wonderful winning poem.

Posted 9 Years Ago


well, he also had another chance. While a wonderful blooming loving way of life called Buddhism far away in the east made people happy, a Roman emperor decided in 343 BC that Christianity is the state religion, till then hardly someone heard about it. Poor Europe. And it goes on and on.. power, blood, lies, cruelty, hypocrisy. Just see - what's happening in Vatican. I demand - Pope should resign.You see, everything is information .And no one, absolutely no one has first hand information, and history is wrong, they need to rewrite it. We were taught simply something what was not so. History is written by victors. But it does not mean - it is true. Just see, the newest archeological funds. The cave in Ukraine, a wonderful culture much earlier before Egyptians, and Greeks and Romans.... And there was trade much earlier than they taught us. Just see the archeological funds in England - stuff from Ceylon, 3 000 years old. Now what?

Posted 9 Years Ago


Her son was an amazing gift to mankind, and I wish more of us would heed his teachings.

Posted 9 Years Ago


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Added on April 3, 2010
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Tags: Easter, crucifixion, ireland, calvary

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Tomás Ó Cárthaigh
Tomás Ó Cárthaigh

Renmore, Galway, Ireland, An Roinne Mór, Gallaimh, Eire, Ireland



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