Our Promise

Roy Blizzard III
Roy Blizzard III

Our Promise

By Roy Blizzard III ™ © 2006

On a hill across the valley,

I can still see it now,

They led my dear Lord to die.

One of three men,

He hung on a tree,

Enduring the curse of us all.

As death came so coldly,

No man could know,

That with him we would live.

They placed him inside,

Of a dark, stone tomb,

And hoped he was dead and gone.

When the stone slammed shut,

And the seal was set,

The Father was anguished by us.

After the time,

Appointed by God,

The Son shone out of the darkness.

Only one of those three,

Rose from the dead,

And strolled past that great rolling stone.

He broke forth,

Leading us home,

Now a new day has come to us all.



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misty95 5 years ago from uk

I am a guide, a lead, a search in your rhyme.

For I pass you a light that is the truth of time.


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Dave Mathews 5 years ago from NORTH YORK,ONTARIO,CANADA

Roy: beautifully written thank you.


AGhostAmongUs 5 years ago

I love this a lot dad!


ruffridyer 5 years ago from Dayton, ohio

A beautiful heartfelt poem.


Bob Baker 5 years ago

I like the view that the stone represented the stone of Law that was rolled away to give us access to our Father.

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