The Passion of Jesus


by Romeo Giuli





This itinerary is composed of two voices, which are Christ and a chorus. It presents the drama of Christ as man, and Christ as Son of God, permeating the everydayness of our lives. The Poem seeks to touch on the various spiritual and physical aspects of life: the sense of nature, "He went into the olive-tree garden / amid the branches and the sky"; the anguish of the evil that will be, "men are masters at creating / emptiness": the value of the all-too-human, "Father, grant me love"; the fragility of the word, "the word between the world / and me is lost"; the salvation in brotherly love, "we who are all together / in this evil that humiliates us".


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