The Holy Fire

 

Miracles always happen
I have lived a miracle
I have seen the Holy Fire
At noon, on Holy Saturday
descending like a sword,
swirling like a smoky coil
before lighting the candle
of the girl next to me.

Miracles always happen
Some minds deny the truth
Others cling to concreteness
But Jesus is always there
it is a mere cowardice
to seek safety in negations
“Logic is like the sword–
those who appeal to it shall perish by it.”

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11 Replies to “The Holy Fire”

  1. A fascinating video, Sofia. I had never heard of this event before, although I guessed it was related to the Greek Orthodox Church once I started watching. I’ve just looked up a little more about it. Your accompanying poem is lovely.

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    1. Thank you so much for stopping by and watching. I first saw the Holy FIre in 2011 and ever since I have been going every Easter. I cannot describe the experience. It is simply amazing! Have a nice week ahead and thank you so much for liking my poem!😉

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      1. You’re welcome, Sofia. 🙂 I’m sorry I took so long to get back to you but I’m desperately trying to get on with the third book of my trilogy at the moment, so my blogging time is scarce. Things will improve later in the year.
        I agree, the Holy Fire looked quite awesome!

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  2. Ας έχουμε ανοιχτά τα μάτια της ψυχής μας για να βλέπουμε τα θαύματα που συμβαίνουν συνεχώς στη ζωή μας…

    Καλή Μεγάλη Εβδομάδα και καλή Ανάσταση, Σοφία μου!

    με την αγάπη μου, Αλεξία

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  3. Reblogged this on Sofia Kioroglou and commented:

    A couple of weeks to go before flying to Israel for the Holy Fire Ceremony! I will remember you all and especially, Derrick. Lifecameos, Vincent, Richard Rasberry, Lulu, Marina Kappa, Melia, Alexia and so many others! This poem is dedicated to all of you fellow bloggers who support me, make me stonger and encourage me to keep on writing. Thank you all

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