The raveled depths

What it is, exactly, I don’t know

I love You so much, from the bottom of my heart

The raveled depths of my being cascading,

beginning to flow,

Coming undone in your presence

I was always Yours, right from the start

 

My miniscule being has come

into Your presence, the One who makes all

My depth was enslaved and lonesome

I longed, I hoped, for something

to break my fall

 

But back then, back there

However long I waited

Nothing came

to break my fall

 

I tried to love things that didn’t love back

Thanks be to You, they did not align

I tried to find white, but instead found black

I couldn’t decipher

the colors entwined

 

My enemies same as my friends

A fog overcoming my soul

To my life, to their life, to too common trends

My back, from the fog, from the black,

out of proportion bends

 

Against circumstance, against, perhaps,

all reason

I needed to call, so I called

For someone, somewhere, out there

anywhere

Doubting, wanting, missing, failing my season

Hoping somebody out there could possibly spare

A moment to lend me a hand

 

From a land unknown to me

You came running on Holy feet

To sweep me up in Holy arms,

Allowing me to see

 

Forever, now, I’ll always know —

Traveling the footsteps of

my Father —

Through the sunlight and the snow —

I love you.

 

Emilino

Pictures courtesy:

dreameranonymous.blogspot.com

iloveyoumagazine.blogspot.com

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One response to “The raveled depths

  1. wow, your ability to express what my heart cannot makes me joyful. To attempt to put into words an indescribable feeling, the quenching of the driest desert thirst, the relief of finally finding your path, when you thought all hope was lost – is truly a gift from your Creator. Thank you for the blessing xx

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