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Then they accuse me of great blasphemie

March 16, 2016


  Then they accuse me of great blasphemie,
  That I did thrust into the Deitie,
  Who never thought that any robberie:
           Was ever grief like mine?

  Some said, that I the Temple to the floore
  In three days raz’d, and raised as before.
  Why, he that built the world can do much more:
           Was ever grief like mine?

  Then they condemne me all with that same breath,
  Which I do give them daily, unto death.
  Thus Adam my first breathing rendereth:
           Was ever grief like mine?

"The Sacrifice"

The Temple
George Herbert, The Works of George Herbert (London: George Routledge & Co., 1854), 21.


Gustave Dore, The House of Caiaphas, 1875.

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