Entreating Entrance

Entreating Entrance

Kingdom please come, you once came before;
Find me gasping for breath
Expanding slightly upon my floor.
Then find me running to your arms,
Sobbing, lying at your doors.

Patiently longing for acceptance;
Still I wait more and more,
Still I hope and I dream,
I scream and I moan;
Still I ‘am entreating entrance at your doors.

Find me broken and horrified,
Find me shuttered and gallantly stored;
Rest me upon your shoulder and
You soon will see me graciously Lord.

Remember me fettered
But keep me adored
In your heart I shall keep my place.
I hope to find myself, in your eyes bettered but
Until then I will wait
For a must greater acceptance to your gracious doors.

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Entrance
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