If only you could see yourself through my eyes
It would wash away all the self doubt and loathing
Like the look your mother gave you when you first laid in her arms
Unconditionally warm and to never take offense to the bounty of your grace.
If only you could feel the depth of my love for you
It would eliminate any questions of the virtue of your worth
Like the way your blessings count on you to always be there for them
Mirroring the reliability of my undying devotion to you and your cause.
If only you could see the home I have for you in my heart
It would bring you to your knees in the most uplifting way possible
Like the minute by minute rejuvenation of everything that used to lay dormant
With souls and bodies intertwined, our kinship and fulfillment will never fade away.