Jayeeta Shamsul


Sayings of Judus Christ Poem by Jayeeta Shamsul


When you were praying before Jesus Christ,
When you intended for sacrifice
When you were searching the lost paradise,
When the world desired justice,
I lifted my head with pride,
I am Judas Christ.
When the world waged worshiping the good
They ousted out evil for good,
When they shunned reality in bad mood,
To extend my brood,
I inscribed evil lines in pure wood.
I unmasked the façade of his goodness,
I unclothed his holiness;
I didn't consider him pious,
I am Judas, the rebellious.
I am the rebel on earth,
I don’t understand Jesus’ worth.
I only believe in freedom,
And often in rebellion.
I didn't denounce Jesus,
I only denounced his views,
I didn't hate him,
I only hated his theories.
And I received the award you gave,
I knew how you could behave
But he forgave.
Considering me a naive hater.
My animosity made him Jesus,
My cruelty earned him honors,
My treachery made him almighty,
My extremism transformed him into deity.
I never was his disciple,
I was always destructive,
I only knew devil’s definition,
I am vile beyond description.
I am Judas Christ,
Far better than Jesus Christ.
You only read about Judas kiss,
Sing songs on Judas priest,
But Judas doesn't mean betrayal,
It doesn't signify burglar.
I love to see Jesus bedecked,
I will rewrite Old Testament.
I don’t belong to Judas kiss,
I don’t signify triple six,
I am not Friday the 13th,
I have no connection with crucifix.
I even admire cryptex,
I am my own rex.
I am the rebel on earth,
I don’t fear if it’s dark;
I can tear apart purity like a shark.
I am baneful like a preying hawk.
I truly desire to pierce the veils,
I want to shun all holiness.
I am the warrior of light,
I am the knight of atheists,
I’m the soldier of optimists,
I've strong hatred for pessimists.
I crave for slaying the misogynists,
I’m truly Judas Christ.
I am the voice of vice,
I don’t listen to Jesus’ advice,
How long will you obey tyranny of cathedrals?
And remember Judas’ betrayal?
I am survivor of sins,
I’d fallen for Mary Magdalene,
I’m savior of sinners,
I do worship freedom fighters.
I razed the monument of purity,
I gazed at prostitutes with dignity.
I saw savages of cruelty,
Still I love sinners passionately.
I’m always child at heart,
Even if you call me a dirt,
I won’t let myself hurt!
I’m fighter, explorer. Philosopher,
I am revolutionist among sinners,
I made Jesus torn apart,
I am Judas Christ to your coward heart!

Submitted: Saturday, January 4, 2014
Edited: Saturday, January 4, 2014

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It's a story of rebellion, an autobiography of rebellious heart that loves to violate the rules of every institution.

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