Can you see me here before you?How long have I served you? What more must I do?
Are you pleased? I don’t feel that way. How could you be? I am imperfect.
I have tried and tried until I can no longer. What more must I bring? I have but a weary body, fatigued and stretched thin.
In my dreary and failed state I hear a gentle whisper say, “it’s you my child. That’s all I’ve ever wanted. Give me your heart and I will move your hands and feet.”