I sit still Behind wispy brushes That cast the gloominess away Enough to admire the beauty Of this fragile azure trinket.
I sit still alone, Behind wispy brushes That act upon others As forbidden territory, As a sanctuary that’s Mine, and mine alone.
I sit so anxiously Behind wispy brushes Observing the trinket. What I can never grasp, Dwindles before me; I have claws For hands and feet, And the limelight Blinds what was meant To be a humiliating secret If I get close enough.
If there ever was a day To be recorded in infamy; ‘Twould be the day where Stars sought new homes, Tigers grew coarse and *****, And villagers incinerated Every fiber of my being Behind such dapper azure faces As too, my darling Dancing wispy brushes