Rebecca Maiese


The Road of Grace


You make me love you without trying
Your smile, your peaceful presence, the way you look at me
Traveling down this path of grace out of and further
Further still from the humilities' road of forlorn
Now the passionate love for you now burns me then fills
If you ask me of anything I will
My pleasure is in elevating you as you have for me
If you lack anything I will be there into the end
As your eternal helper and deep friend
Never again will you feel lonely, unwanted, or unloved
I accept you as perfection for the man that you are fine on the outside, better within
Chosen man of God, I love you with all that am
I see no flaws and I am effortlessly complimenting as an extent of your arm
I only wish for you to be happy from now and forever on

Submitted: Tuesday, July 31, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, August 01, 2012
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