Jo Hanna Erk


Just for you to see me


Just For You To See Me
by: Jo E


Can the eyes of the Lord see my heart?
Can He feel the feelings i have inside of me?
Can He read my mind?
Does He see my shame?
Does He care?

I scream just for you to hear me.
I shed my tears just for you to see me.
I rip myself till i bleed just for you to see me.
I yell just for you to hear me.
Just wanting you to see me.

Out of nowhere came a voice and said
'My beloved, I LOVE you!
I see the tears that you've shed for a long time
I see your heart yearning for me
Shed the tears my beloved, for i will give comfort to you
I see you ripping yourself till you bleed, STOP!
STOP my BELOVED! For i LOVE you more then you can imagen
I hear your cries
I see your tears
I see the shame in you, but i still love you
Can you not tell that i care more then you can imagen?
I know you my beloved,
For i made you just the way you are. And I LOVE YOU! '


© 2009

Submitted: Saturday, February 07, 2009
Edited: Thursday, October 04, 2012
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