SILENT ONE IN THE MIDDLE

If you are asked to dissect animals in a biology class, tell the teacher, “No! I won’t go there!” Respectively decline class dissection of any animal that had a life to live.***

(God’s Sonnet by Timothy J. Verret; “it’s how I cope to hope in listening only to Jesus Christ, Silent One in The Middle.”)

You are a silent one, prone to vanish,

easy to disappear, quick to hide out.

It’s because you’re silent that you’re banish

from this world that is loud and hate to shout.

I’m a silent one. When I speak, it’s search

for deeper truths. I’m deep sea diver bound.

I’ll only come up from oceans when smirch,

when I’ve swam my wrongs and swim common ground.

Jesus Christ, Silent One in The Middle

on The Cross with criminals on His Side.

They spoke from their wrongs, Jesus no diddle,

no stain on Him, only Love Magnified.

Ask of Jesus, “Can I go where you go?”

Silent One in The Middle says, “Let’s Go!”

***Please visit https://www.humanesociety.org/sites/default/files/docs/dissection-simple-way-to-say-no-way.pdf/ for help on refusing class dissection of animals.

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