Romans 5: 6 - 11

Poem By RIC BASTASA

we are weak and ungodly
no man dies for a righteous man

God dies for us
sinners

it is death, like anything else
that reconciles

mortal to immortal
divinity bowing low
to save
the mundane and
earthly

think of love again
how you swallowed your ego
how you surrendered
everything
just to love the undeserving

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