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Dine with the divine
by Harriet Oliver
Posted: Mon Aug 20, 2007 5:54 pm Post subject: Dine with the divine


What rage there was as they did dine
on bread unwild and wine blended
realising come of age now is divine
Christ child who mankind offended?

If only more did heed the call
instead of delaying by staying away
from the noblest divine hall
in an array of staying sun rays.

Was spiritual food offered with bread passed by
in a divine gesture to entice those away
who mainitain seeing is believing with the eye
resolutely endeavouring to repent morrow of today.

At that last supper for a while
dined Christ & His disciples fine
and resignedly in love for man did smile
Christ with his disciples seated in line.

His glory brightening even the darkest eve
He bowed his head in imminent dread
of those who seemingly believe who would him deceive
& offered final remembrance although He could've fled.

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