To go “where everyone knows your name”
Except that they do not know your shame.
They know what they can see,
What you present so prettily.
Ah but to walk naked in front of peers
To be uncovered and open to sneers.
The pain and turmoil,
For all to see the soil.
We can access covering from on high,
To claim the rights from him who does not deny.
To walk a walk that is righteously covered,
No longer unduly ridicule to suffer.
To clothe oneself in dignity
Because of a sacrifice that does decree,
“You are mine” and in my name alone
You have full access to the throne.