apologizes for the inconvenience – si scusa per il disagio – își cere scuze pentru deranj

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up on the cross, is looking at Tomorrow, the Today,
apologizing for the inconvenience of having stained the sky with the
blood of eternal life…
from up on his cross, he knows that
if he came here every second, to this ambiguous present,
we would crucify him just as many times…
from his cross, he is pleading with us to pray for ourselves…

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sulla croce sta guardando il futuro, l’oggi,
scusandosi per l’inconveniente di aver macchiato il cielo con
il sangue della vita eterna…
da lì, sulla croce, egli sa che
se sarebbe venuto in ogni secondo qui, in questo presente ambiguo,
noi l’ho avremmo crocifiggere tutte altrettante volte…
da lì, sulla croce, lui prega a noi di pregarci per noi…

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de pe cruce privește viitorul, astăzi-ul,
își cere scuze pentru deranj, a pătat cerul cu
sângele vieții eterne…
de pe cruce știe că
de-ar veni în fiecare secundă aici, în acest prezent ambiguu,
tot de atâtea ori l-am răstigni…
de pe cruce se roagă de noi să ne rugăm pentru noi…

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23 thoughts on “apologizes for the inconvenience – si scusa per il disagio – își cere scuze pentru deranj

  1. At Gethsemene all he asked of his companions was to stay awake and pray

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  2. Yes He is great and Jesus did all this for us.

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  3. I believe we have improved: we have learned a thousand more subtle ways to crucify and we do it to thousands, every day.

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  4. And we still do not get it: that we all contain a spark of the divine, I mean – and that we do not need to hoist prophets high and then torment them for not saying it the way WE want it to be said. A beautiful and disturbingly true poem, Valeriu. Ali

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  6. Excuse me – while I kiss the sky ♪♫♫☺☻♥

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  7. Poignant, full of meaning and so true, we really would crucify Him as a false God and not the Divine.

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  8. Wonderful poem! Sadly true, too.

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