Abraham John Jaggernauth
The Inner Man - Poem by Abraham John Jaggernauth
Beneath, beneath, the inner depths; lies One, whose heart is swept.
To fade beneath and make a way, He enters inside and makes His stay.
To bane His stay, to pain Him away; to make Him a prisoner at bay.
To waste His say, and leave Him stray; to deny the One inlay.
He waits awaits the only day, you recognize Him, if only today.
To make Him, the One you wait, the One you hope; the only faith.
This One yes, in He waits; He waits He awaits; you, to affirm His Place.
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