"Your Unmade Eye" as written by Christopher Alexander Knox and Alexander Charles Bathgate....
Look how drought has cracked our hungry lawn
and deep into the darkness, thirst has borne
look through silt and loam and see the white and lucid form
of something that you lost when you were small
before they stole away your unmade eye

Take it to your heart and you will see
that everyone is less than what they seem
here, below the earth, below the clay, you can feel ok

Here, where all is clear, where all is plain
is where you'll stay, somewhere in the world below the sky
we'll even mourn for you, as if this were the end
Somewhere you will hear their aching cry,
and you will smile inside, for darkness is your friend

Somewhere out in the world, there will be another girl
(Here, below the earth, below the clay)
To take you home, to take you home
(Here, below the earth, below the clay)
Somewhere out in the world, there will be another girl
(You can feel ok)
To take you home, to take you home
Out there in that other world, there will be another girl
To take you home, to take you home


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