Saturday, 19 March 2011

A Different man

The context gave rise to a manic man
A distinguished seed among his clan
With consensual nods they accepted his vice
He soon became the cultural type.

Volumes of values verily cried
Volumes of peasants happily clapped
It was a good Friday that he finally had
A rebel rabbi crucified to hang.

A fatal flaw But it was God’s design
The fatal feat which thronged Him wild!   
The man with Charisma which He hanged
Was the Man who appeared and soothed His life!

The context gave rise to an altered man
A distinguished genius among his tribe
With blood and tears He gave his life
For the bidding of the SON he hanged!


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