See through me. like the x ray machine, looking through my skin to the dry bones within, see through me. See through me. like the windswept waves burst with lighted beads of sunrays, crashing only to come up again, see through me. See through me. like the child scraping begging for a playing mother who sweeps into her arms for the attention he needs, see through me. See through me. like the renegade son who came back with nothing, begging for a job and stinking and lost, see through me. And see through me, when the dust settles and the world mentions my name and claims my faith and shows my face to you and i wonder there, mixed with all the mirth and laughter, with the wealth of nations on our shoulders, and my illegitimate brother pointing to every way i've been fake, halfhearted and shamed. The Lord Almighty, will you then? See through me.