but also like rivers streaming down in forests.
You extend up to villages,
In canal-like wells, for people to drink water from.
You are also like the desert in the Sahara:
Too dry [ presence wise] thus often too deserted,
Too brittle for the eyes of the incredulous,
And deceiving? only for those hallucinating.
But oh, Jesus Christ,
You are more like the sub-terrain waters in Earth,
Ready to spring from within the ground
as an oasis in our torrid weathers,
when our mouths are drier than our lands,
And when our faith only hydrates before our eyes.
Indeed, Jesus Christ,
You are the son of God.
August 18, 2014 9: 30 pm