Who told you you were naked?
Who said you’re not enough?
Who whispered that your vulnerability
Would not be met with love?
Who said that you were all alone?
Who held you there in fear?
Who said that I would come in wrath
When I saw you trembling there?
Who told you you were naked,
Tried to trap you in your flaws,
Sewed darkened seeds of anxiety
That made you doubt your God?
Where are you, child, where are you?
Stop hiding form my gaze.
Tell me all that’s happened
And why you feel this way.
Where are you, child, stop hiding,
Come out and know my care.
With arms outspread, I’m waiting
To forgive, and forget…and repair.