I [verb] my [noun] for you to keep.
And this [fruit] I offer thee,
and beneath these [type of tree (pl.)]
I [verb], and Lord, I am [adjective],
and Lord, I have lost all my [noun (pl.)].
I come to you [state of being].
I have nothing besides my [noun],
and even it is [adjective].
On the street, I glimpsed [pronoun]
and scooped out my [body part]
in [abstract noun related to sky].
Forgive me my, Oh Lord, and I will forgive.
These waters are [adjectives],
and yet, I swim and swear and [verb].
Now I lay me down to [verb],
and if I [verb] before I wake, oh Lord,
then I am yours for the taking.
And Lord, [imperative subjunction],
if the sky and the [noun (pl.)]
shall fall, let them fall into my [body part]
and slip through my [other body part].
And also keep me from myself,
as I have kept myself from others,
and keep us all from the [weather],
and keep the weather in a [jar],
and call the [jar] a [name for earth]
and let it be blessed, let it shine like
[a shiny thing], and let me, even in my
failure, be [a shiny thing] too. Amen.