What Price? – a poem on the greatest sacrifice

Thirty pieces of silver was all it cost:   What price to Him? the bloodied crown of thorns, the scarlet robe;   What price to Him? His body and His blood so freely given to men who would deny their Lord, their Christ;   What price to Him? falsely tried – a travesty of justiceContinue reading “What Price? – a poem on the greatest sacrifice”

No ifs, ands, or buts: a poem on Faith

Faith’s not hard when your ten quid’s riding the odds-on favourite and not some sixteen-to-one outsider, unknown, unseen – a name with no form. But when faith’s to be pinned to some one-in-dozens messiah – a vagrant who performed magic in exchange for a bed a healer who had little time for the sick whoContinue reading “No ifs, ands, or buts: a poem on Faith”