As the wind blows softly over the grasses,
So do hearts bend and sway in time.
The power to tear the blades assunder,
As the sun reflects upon the shine.
As rain drops bless the dryness around them,
And roots bind them into the soil,
That same rain when gathered by vengance,
Makes the grass become its spoil.
As a heart crys out for some affection,
And tears flow and wash away its strength.
I want to be there and comfort the sorrow,
To remove hates memory and evil stench.
I want to hold you and touch your loneliness,
And fill the voids left from his lies.
I'll give my life to make you happy,
To share each other as our lifetime flies.
Just to say I love you, touch my lips to thine,
To walk along beside you to smell your sweet love.
A chance to lay among those grasses,
To bend and flow within your arms.
To warm and ease the dryness,
Left from the drought after his storm.
Might I bind your roots in forever,
So you may feed upon my love,
And tears flow because you feel complete,
Cries the Father from up above.