Deep Beneath - Poem by Lance Carthen
Deep beneath where the bodies decay.
Darkness engulfs, silence remains.
Memories lost in a six foot hole.
Where crawling insects and worms call home.
Locked in a wooden box with no key.
Breathless and still, lost in a dream.
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