My Divine pageant

With all this sin that stains my bones.
And a history I cannot hide.
Beholds a life I’ve always known.
Asking to look inside.
For deep within this heart that beats.
Full of oil and the light divine.
Speaks a connection that’s bittersweet.
Of God and I, intertwined.
For though I do deeds that make him weep.
Sometimes those tears are joy.
And though I practise not what he may preach.
His forgiveness I doth employ.
For I’m everything, the good and typical.
Holy particles and hurt maligned.
And I offer, and ask a love unconditional.
All parts, and all the time.

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14 thoughts on “My Divine pageant

  1. Mankind seems to have their spirits beaten in every day situation. Hence, lies within them sins, wanting to be forgiven, and pleading to god to forgive them.

    Love this poem a lot. Hope I got my own interpretation of your work. 🙂

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    • Always have you’re own interpretation i say, poetry is there to stir the soul. And yes, wanting to be forgiven, and also wanting acceptance and love for being that way. all parts, all the time 🙂 (unconditional)

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      • Here’s some quote about Forgiveness.

        Hope you like them:

        Mistakes are always forgivable, if one has the courage to admit them. ~ Bruce Lee

        The weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is the attribute of the strong. ~ Mahatma Gandhi

        Forgiveness is the fragrance that the violet sheds on the heel that has crushed it. ~ Mark Twain

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      • I like the beauty in the Twain one, but i’m drawn to the Gandhi quite a lot. He truly was an inspiration and aspiration. Thanks for sharing these! I like the notion of ‘Always forgive, but never forget’.

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      • I agree. Gandhi had this sense of complete Nirvana about him and his core beliefs about the world around him and his philosophical peace.

        Yes, I like that…Always have. ‘You can forgive but never forget.’.

        P.S I posted another new post. You’ll enjoy it very much so. 🙂

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