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Spices at Dawn
The First Woman Speaks:
I needed one last look,
I wanted to straighten up a bit,
Who is to tell what you were to me
How I loved you so.
Now do I mourn more
How your aliveness
Now I falter at death’s grim behest,
Forgive me when the oil
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this writing made Christ’s humanity real and His divinity captivating. thank you for taking me down the road of the tomb until i found its emptiness.
remarkably beautiful! thank you for sharing!!