Empty at Easter

Jerusalem’s streets are empty
The donkey’s saddle is empty

The upper room is empty
Gethsemane’s garden is empty

Pilate’s porch is empty
The crown of thorns is empty

Golgotha is empty
The cross is empty
The shroud is empty
The tomb is empty!


It is finished!

He is risen!


3 responses to “Empty at Easter

  1. This is my Easter greeting to everyone who stops by the the blog.

    As I enjoy the beautiful springtime here in Tennessee, I am amazed at how nature perpetually performs her own Easter pageant of life, death and resurrection. Watching our hostas stubbornly push their way back up through the new pebble mulch, doing their own rendition of “rolling away the stone”, I am once again inspired by the joy and hope of that first Easter morning.

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