You did not choose me, but I chose you.
I chose you to love, to cherish, to hold.
I chose you to have affections for, affections far above those of anything and anyone else, and to hope you'd return those affections.
Why did I choose you? My child, not for war, nor for offering, nor power. I did not choose you for what you can do or offer, but I do and offer all things.
For purity? I am holy and righteous, and no more pure with you than I'd be without you.
I did not need you, for I need nothing. I am not a god created by man's hands, nor a rose grown from the dirt of the earth. I am not a God that I should need what you offer.
I chose you. I saw you and I was captivated. I knew you and I rejoiced. I met you and danced over you. I rejoiced with loud singing. I wrote your name on my hands.
I did not see your value through your eyes, but through mine. You are altogether beautiful my love, and there is not a flaw in you. You are a bride cleansed, now without spot or blemish. There is no one I'd rather keep. There is no direction I would rather look. There is no option I would rather choose.
Dance with me. Eat with me. Sing with me. Speak with me.
And our love will be sweet
Sweeter than the rain
Or the petals on the rose
Or life in your eyes