Growing up I got to know you as the big twin sisters that always stank when I came by.
You drew so much attention, from even those who flew by
You stood by, all these years and watched me grow from a small boy
To the man I came to be, officially apart of me
Never longed to see to see the two of you,
But everyone who did, knew
What you stood for and what you presence meant for us.
You became ill, rapidly deteriorating
We promised to heal you, but you became tired of waiting
You sealed your own fates, started throwing down your guards
That’s when we realized, you could no longer hold your pose, it was too hard.
Even when we thought of surgery, you just saw the end, and
Even though we tried to comfort you, you knew we could not mend
What was broken was inside of you. A place we couldn’t tend to.
Finally we realized. There was nothing we could do
After taking you for granted, we now have to say goodbye to you.
Called in some experts, to see how we will do this,
Make it quick and painless, to help everyone through this.
They put you through some random tests and stuck some tubing through you
On Sunday during first mass, it stirred me how they blew
I saw the weather changing and the difference in the sky line.
This morning I went pass the place, where you used to stay.
I felt a stirring in my soul, just watching as you lay.
They buried you inside yourselves, right next to each other.
Now watching you, I’m missing you…
Take care okay