The Meaning of Easter

He cries in the corner where nobody sees
He’s the kid with the story no one would believe
He prays every night, “Dear God won’t you please…
Could you send someone here who will love me?”

Who will love me for me
Not for what I have done or what I will become
Who will love me for me
‘Cause nobody has shown me what love
What love really means

Her office is shrinking a little each day
She’s the woman whose husband has run away
She’ll go to the gym after working today
Maybe if she was thinner
Then he would’ve stayed
And she says…

Who will love me for me?
Not for what I have done or what I will become
Who will love me for me?
‘Cause nobody has shown me what love, what love really means

He’s waiting to die as he sits all alone
He’s a man in a cell who regrets what he’s done
He utters a cry from the depths of his soul
“Oh Lord, forgive me, I want to go home”

Then he heard a voice somewhere deep inside
And it said
“I know you’ve murdered and I know you’ve lied
I have watched you suffer all of your life
And now that you’ll listen, I’ll tell you that I…”

I will love you for you
Not for what you have done or what you will become
I will love you for you
I will give you the love
The love that you never knew

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3 thoughts on “The Meaning of Easter

  1. “Thou believest that there is one God; thou doest well: The devils also believe, and tremble.”
    -James 2:19
    (I managed to find your blog…. All by my lonesome 😦 And I felt the need to comment on at least one of your posts)
    P.S: Quoting scripture by James was totally coincidental. I just so happen to like that verse

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    • Her favorite scripture is one of the most ominous ones. I see you too, Jessy Smith
      But I’m happy you found my blog :]
      I’m not sure if this will establish a sort of rapport for all my future posts, but let me to atleast pretend to feel like that girl in ‘Awkward’ with the blog
      Inb4 – You have 0 friends

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