Just a quick disclaimer: The following poem includes rather strong language. Something I think goes well with Easter. For Lent I gave up swearing … well almost.
A Homily for Easter
by David R. Henson
Goddamn injustice, slavery and rape.
Goddamn that strange fruit of bigotry and hate
Goddamn indifference, apathy and waste
Goddamn despair, depression, the wait
Goddamn Good Friday
And a Goddamn cross
Goddamned it all,
Goddamned it too late
Yet we live like it’s Easter
Like God has been raised
We live like it’s light,
In spite of the dark.
We live like there’s joy
With spite in our hearts
For all that remain of our Goddamned days
Easter’s Rage: A Poem that Will Get Pastors Fired
April 2, 2012 By davidrhenson
In time of hate and suffering, a reminder that Christ is with us & for us