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My Pirate

My pirate, my love, finally you have opened your heart up to me... no longer are you afraid to tell me what  I really mean to you.
That your lust of my body is not the only thing on your mind... and that my tough love though sometimes seemingly unkind has been a different adventure for you to follow.
That your life laid bare for all to see is no longer hollow, but filled up with lovely thoughts that exist outside what you have felt to be everyone's norm.
That while others seem to all swim down stream without dreams of the divine, you have found the glimmer of the golden fleece up stream and straight on into the eternal life which remains ever priceless.
So now you know why I prefer the Lord's way of doing things, managing things, above all else and I prize Him above everyone else including you my dearest - but now as you are becoming interested in walking with your Heavenly Father, He  has been changing your focus from cynical man to everything that is possible to be, to have, to see; to see yourself as He does, beautifully and fearfully and wonderfully made... and that will set you apart from the rest who have been sold out to the ugliness of sin, slavery and the death of the earth.
Now continue your Holy quest and become alive again.  Play your guitar, your music as the angels sing to our precious one and only God.
Yes my pirate, now it is my hope that we can finally walk together while holding each others hand, to walk on into the forever sun which will shine upon our ways with each other.

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