Atonement

Iron rips into flesh

Crimson streams seep in gushing agony

Intense pain

Torn

Hate driven home

Elevated for every eye to see

Sins wounds

Crimson atonement

Eternal redemption

The predestined sacrifice

Bleeding in wraths rivers

Crushed for my rebellion

And for my reconciliation

Nailed.

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One Response to Atonement

  1. Mary says:

    I’ve always thought of atonement as giving a peaceful feeling. This poem gives the opposite viewpoint.

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