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Your love
I'm caught gazing at the horizan of your love
You gently tell me to come
An anticipated reaction
Am I good enough To be eloped
This is not a fatal attration
My reactions
Have made them
Believe that the son holds the key
Your love
Influencing a wave and a channel of
Colours flowing from a river
Crystal clear
Depths that reside
Next to a
Of purpose
Hope and gleam
I feel the beam
As I slowly start to open up
The seals of your heart
Your love
Holding me
Up Higher and higher
And I go deeper and deeper
Closer is where I want to be
Enthroned with the roses Of your speech
Hear me
I believe
Your love
I've tasted and now I see
And receive
That I can not be
What they want me to be
I die to myself This is deeper than what it seems
Endless dimensions
To a realm that is not based on human sensation
The steps of my life
How you paid a mighty price even though
You knew before the beginning of my life
I would break you how many times
Lord despite how I've lied
Your love
Your love
Which holds a significant passion beyond human intellect
I suspect
And detect
That I myself regret
Not coming any sooner
Drawing from a well
That would leave me transformed
And not conformed
To the ways of this world
I'm christian
But for too long
I was an enemy to the true gospel
I stood for
and hate
It was bait
I did it all my way
When truly I was breaking your heart
and telling everyone a lie
I tried
To hide from you
But my heart was yet so far from you
Bound in the shackles of religion
To a position
That was written
By the hands of man
I ran Away from the vision
And You love
Despite the battle of the flesh
Going to war with No breastplate
Tryna fight someones battles
Yet I lost in all my battles
But your love
Kept me and pulled me from the mess
Yeilding to hold the mantle of humility
This is my reality
My mentality
No longer carnal
I marvel
That Your love
Is still consistent
I cant resist this
This feeling
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Submitted on May 01, 2011

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