Psalm 6. Exodus 3:13-15; American Heritage College Dictionary, 4th Ed.
To exist in actuality;
To have life, and have reality;
You are, therefore you are.
To occupy all places at all times,
No need to specify;
Both far and near, both there and here,
Out- and inside of me:
You are maker of all, and are in all you have made.
To eternally remain
In your indisruptable state:
You, who will be what you’ll always be.
To take place: You, the great event
Upon which history is hinged.
You came to go, and you alone
Know when you’ll come again.
None equal your identity,
Or balance your significance;
No class can hold your quality,
Aspects beyond equality.
To seem to consist or be made of:
You are all power, holiness, love.
Your spirit fallen down to me,
Ours is a mutual belonging.
I am yours.
You are who you are:
Bearer of the greatest name to ever be.