Is Risen

Then Empty Tomb: “He goes before you into Galilee! You will see him there!” Matt. 28.6

The feet that danced
at Cana’s wedding feast,
are held down,
are pierced.

The hands that reached for Peter
when his walk on water failed,
are stretched across the wood,
are nailed.

The voice that called
dead Lazarus from his grave, 
is failing in his throat,
has failed.

                                                          The one they wrapped up
                                                           in a shroud of linen,
                                                           is rising from the grave,
                                                           is risen.
                                                            Fr Tim Carroll SMA

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