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Passions Calling

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Passions Calling

the constant pat on the back that builds that puff,
that creates the prideful power hungry buff,
that can change the heart of the most humble man,
past all of his logic to comprehend,
the change of character by invisible means,
that throws his heart off balance for true love to be seen,
always questioning motives,,,how can he escape???,
until he sees how far it's dragged him away,
too perfect to be less...who would accept???,
to love him knowing it's all simply less,
the character flaws, the imperfect shown,
that builds the man from all the knowledge he knows,
oh, but if you only knew...
the mistakes and hardships he went through,
in order to give that passion he sees,
the heart of that cause that made him to be,
the struggle that pulls him everyday,
that pushes him back to love, but then takes him away,
the fear of acceptance grips his soul,
until God pulls him away to make him whole,
to work on behalf of the love of HIS call,
all sacrifice varies in the midst of it all,
but led so deeply it can't turn away,
to save the heart of love each and every day,
a beautiful mess that helps save the world,
coming from a branded heart ..released and unfurled,
the trigger that caused him to get up and do,
was intentionally broken down to get him to move,
understood now?? with all love given it takes,
the true love that stood in the midst of the make,
that sacrificed what it took to get him to see,
the real love he stood behind so he could get up and lead.

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