Lynne FincherSpringarden


Easter Splendor


Sacred day this Easter morn
Reminder of our Life reborn
From God's everlasting grace
Never hath man been torn

Omnipresent loving God
Our Life so beautiful and protected
Emerging from the dream of death
This dream is now rejected

Awake from the darkness
In which we seem to hide
To the glory of our spiritual Life
For in the light we now abide

Roll away the stones of darkness
Let the light within emerge
For in that light we dwell in splendor
As earth and heaven now converge

The Eastern Sun it rises
On this bright Easter day
It dawns upon our waiting thought
To light and guide our way

We follow in the footsteps
Of the lamb of Galilee
And in His loving tenderness
We find that we are free

The sanctity of Life and Love
The purity of God's creation
Shall shine in splendor through all mankind
In every clime and nation

Submitted: Sunday, April 14, 2013
Edited: Thursday, October 03, 2013

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