Franz Wright’s essay “Language as Sacrament in the New Testament” in Image Journal discusses Wright’s endeavor into meditating on the words of Christ. He found that Christ was a poet too:
Jesus did speak this way [a powerful and profound way], in poetry—and here is something truly weird: according to the great German Protestant theologian Joachim Jeremias, when Jesus’s sayings are translated back into Aramaic, it’s clear that he favored a certain four-beat rhythm, and that he was especially fond of alliteration and assonance as well as rhyme!
But I guess this shouldn’t surprise us. That Jesus would be a Poet like his father(s).
Listen to Rick McKinley’s sermon on David being with God.