Bhavani Polimetla

Let me come to you

Take away my beauty
If it is making me proud

Take away my strength
If it is taking me away from forgiveness

Take away my eyes
If they are making me corrupt

Give me the bird’s heart
To enjoy the nature

Give me the lion’s heart
To face this bitter world

Give me the baby’s heart
To enjoy the selfless life

Give me your humbleness
To live with what I have

Give me your Meekness
To carry my cross on thorns path

Give me your sacred heart
To make my life holy

You are the bread and wine
Until priest offers to us
Once I eat and drink
I am no more and
You are in me

Let this world know that
You are in me
Through my thoughts and
Through my works

Thy will be done on earth
As it is in heaven
How many times
We can pray
Same line again and again

When you touch
Each heart on earth
Thy will be done and
Thy kingdom comes
If not, let me come to you
Once I am done on earth



Submitted: Sunday, September 13, 2009

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