Poem: A WORD | Gladys Biju George

The centurion declared himself unworthy,
For the Lord to enter under his roof,
Instead ‘A word’ was noteworthy,
To bring healing as a proof.

Those eyes saw the Nain’s widow,
Had on her compassion,
Said, “Weep not” in a flow,
Performed a miraculous action.

Feet of Master with tears she washed,
Wiped with the hairs of her head,
With fragrant oil kissed and anointed,
‘Your sins are forgiven’, was said.

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‘A Word’ of Master initiated,
New beginnings to the approached.
Also to the people predestined,
Miracles could not be halted.

Gladys Biju George

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