Anathallo Aaron Held His Peace

Aaron held his peace, so may I (Leviticus 10:3).
Please don't think that I'm overcoming great obstacles of disinclination (James 1:2).
If you only knew.
If I only knew like I wanted to.
Though the melody seems tainted,
it's the words that carry the hope (Psalm 119:105).
Because I walked into the room and laid my head
on the hands in which I find inscribed the letters of my name (Isaiah 49:16).
There's a certain tension in longing.
One that paralyzes fear.
One that finds hope in the promises, and in brokenness is complete.