Our Other Half (poetic thoughts on Eph 5:22-33)

One flesh shall be
One flesh not two
Loving His body
His body washed anew
His wife, His bride
His bride, knitted to His side
He is spent for her
And she for Him

What is the price that each one paid
Each invoice says “a complete sacrifice was made”
He feeds, He keeps, He warms, He broods
Like one with its young
Comforts her as a mother to her child
Speaks well of her, without no guile
Kindness rolls from His tongue

As Christ was and is and is to come
We as His “other half” in a clearer mirror should see
What our half to our other Half should be

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