Down in the ground, your silver body lays
You were buried, with another person on that day
Both of you are unsaved
So now your abandoned in this muddy ***** grave
You men seek for answers, you seek fullfillment
For you only have half your heart, what an empty torment
Where did the other half go? We may never know
Who has it? The Questions seem to grow
You are not in a grave yard, but within the woods of one
You should be counted as dead, and your memories done
But there is no grave stone, so there maybe hope
Maybe your time in the ground is a scope
An opportunity to learn, to believe, and to repent of past sins
For those who have ears let him ear! For the change first starts from within.
Your darkened eyes, look to find hope and relief in others
But only the drowning down pour of depression is you cover
Your shadows of hair hang over your faces, your eyes to the cold moist dirt
Deep down under, your gray chains get tangled to share each others hurt.
The only company you have is each other, along with the fallen sin trees and young future saplings
Learn from nature dear men, for the love of the roots of the tree's to the dirt is forever grappling.
Your charm of words remain in the containment of a plastic force
The force field refuses to open for you until you end your sinful course.
I have tried to dig you two up myself, but you were down too deep.
No power on earth could unburry you two, the possibilities seem too steep
Only the Super Natural forces of God could do that
But When? WHEN will you be unburied?
I'm sorry... I'm am one impatient Cat...
*Every now and then We can feel your clasping hands reach for the empty red bench... hoping to get out of this grave.... and sit with us again....
Thankfully, one has been unburied recently, now, only by the Lord's will and grace, the other shall be too. I won't stop hoping and praying for the lost one to finally return.
(Thank you David T for Checking this for me!)