Tamara Beryl Latham - The Poet

Magdalena (Sonnet)

 Magdalena (Sonnet)


Five loaves of bread, and two fish multiplied
to feed the waiting masses, weary now
from travel, sitting calmly, occupied
in thought, and reverence. I wondered how


mere mortal man accomplished such a feat,
without the use of trickery. I knew
that He was Christ, elected to complete
prophetic scripture laid down for the Jew.


In awe, I kissed His feet, my long brown hair
had dried the tears my eyes failed to contain,
in flashback, at the cross. Yes, I was there,
head veiled in black; a shadow in the rain.


The time draws nigh when faithless cease to laugh,
as wheat is separated from the chaff.





    Thank you TAMARA for a very Beautiful Poem about MAGDALENAS appreciation of Her LORD. In Verse 1. We see her amazed at the Miracle of the Loaves & Fishes. In V 2. She recognises that JESUS is the Messiah (Christ) foretold by the Prophets ! In V 3. She meditates on the CROSS. V 4. Meditates on the Judgement when the Wheat (Believers) is separated from the Chaff (Unbelievers). Every Blessings BRIAN & ANGELA

  • orchidee

    A fine write Tamara. Erm, yes it was nothing short of.... miraculous, literally. And there were 5,000 men, besides women and children, it's said. So even more miraculous!

    • Tamara Beryl Latham - The Poet

      Thank you for reading and offering feedback, orchidee. Yes, it was miraculous and we will see even greater miracles upon His return. Can't wait. :-)

    • Syd

      Hi Tamara, I'm not religious but you've wrote a really good sonnet here.

      Take care - Syd

    • Joe Dawson

      Not all are steeped in religion, not all have chapter and verse at their fingertips, but that does not prevent a lost soul appreciating a sonnet that rings of good news to come. I enjoyed it very much. Joe

      • Tamara Beryl Latham - The Poet

        Yes, Joe, what you have stated is true. In my heart of hearts, I sincerely believe we are approaching the end of our journey, I appreciate your feedback. :-)

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