The greatest Injustice
The Greatest Injustice
Twas a day just like any, or so it did seem
But far on a pasture, a Doe she did scream
Her firstborn arriving with a skip and a hop
The cutest young Rabbit of time long forgot!
Many miles over waters on that very day
The greatest injustice on a hill far away
A murder so callous was witnessed by late
Our Lord and saviour died from man’s hate!
Way back over waters the Doe gently wept
Her newborn dear buck, in bound’s as he leapt
He looks to the sky and exclaims “Mama see!
That man in white garments is waving at me.”
Way high in the Heavens a Father awaits!
The return of his man child at Heavenly Gate
“Come hither my child, it’s a time of great joy
Angels are weeping for the return of my boy!”
Father, into your hands I commit my spirit. (Luke 23:46)
Luke 23:34 (King James Version)
34Then said Jesus, Father, forgive them; for they know not what they do. And they parted his raiment, and cast lots