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 Return To You
Before I came to be you knew
what would become of me

A servant in the making with needs
that have eluded my heart a lifetime

Yet in my weakness you continue to
forge a better man, a work in progress
your creation

Forgive me Father for I am but flesh
and blood and in love is what
I am today

My need to be is where the better half
of my life awaits and you hold the key to it all

Prayers mine go forth a simple request
Father and yet so many things need to be
and of this you too know

I have nothing but myself to offer in service
and have served to the best of my abilities

Today I return to you fallen but faithful
and pray once again to you who knows all things
more so knows me

Without your hand in this matter I shall fail
and lose what you made possible

My heart has become the latter for many years
and she is all that is my present and future

Return to you who has given me bliss and I pray
that this gift only dreamed of becomes my

For in your hands is all that I am and all that
I will ever be, grateful and in love with your


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