Deliberate by Marcia Lee Laycock

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You chose the way, crawled toward that day,

destiny drawn in blood before time began,

designed the way of sorrows,

staggered down that Via Dolorosa.

You forged the nails

for your own crucifixion,

grew the tree hewn

to bear your bloodied body, 

the bush that thrust out thorns.

You guided the hands that wove

the robe on which they gambled at your feet,

knew the Centurion who stabbed your side,

before his mother spoke his name.

You created the rocks that split,

the light that became darkness,

the angels who

turned their faces away.

You did it all.

Deliberately.

To rescue me.

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One thought on “Deliberate by Marcia Lee Laycock

  1. Ana Char March 19, 2021 / 1:20 pm

    Your work and “sight” never cease to amaze and arouse my thoughts when I read your works Marcy. Thank you so much for sharing your talents. This is beautiful.

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