The Essence of The Song:

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In the beginning, as God has made the day,
God has made the spirits of the souls, all in a day
and set alight without its form
tapping warmth on shoulders of pain
 a bridge so wide it creeks
it leans, it soaks up all the steps in his place
an essence, resilient
on its stilts creeping
over weeping knees
 Souls of spirits
 hanging on the ropes
that hold the bridge together
fathom God,
jilting back the clock of time
lighted on a cross
built all in a moment
giving up
touching vinegar on his lips
thorns in his hair
blood and water on his side
his eyes to the sky

a pursuit of love, for the spirit,

abide with God-  God is love.
it is the spirits’ -song
Sing o’ spirit, in the soul
sing out the songs only
the spirit knows
sing it on the cross
on the bridge
on steps that hold this bridge
Mother behold your son
Children behold your friend
daughters behold your healer
Love has finished its work
Love has given up his cross
Love has laid down his life
and yet this love lives
and would do it all again,
and save every soul,
even if – only for one moment
~kindness sis. Krissy
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Published by: Visionariekind

Krissy Mosley is a story-teller. Recalling stories to build bridges of peace. A folklorist to bring sounds of joy and healing vibrations. Krissy Marie is a writer /feminist, mother advocating for change surrounding women’s rights and women's’ issues.

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9 thoughts on “The Essence of The Song:”

  1. Love has finished its work
    Love has given up his cross
    Love has laid down his life
    and yet this love lives
    and would do it all again,
    and save every soul,
    even if – only for one moment

    GORGEOUS! I will use this one during Lent, for sure!

  2. Krissy, I just did it went for the cheapest upgrade with the 20% off deal to get rid of ads. It was 38.50 for a year and I decided that people complained enough. It’s till midnight (but I bet it happens often.

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