And then I saw among the throws A thousand summer winds below Trickling away goes the light, To bring the autumn in it’s fright. Frosted and frigid the winter goes In which the snow gathers in icy globes Spring comes without dismay Through the rain and sun it shines away
comfort touch lost among the hurt sleep sad silence warm holding hand left frozen earth spoken softness breath out sleep sad silence stroked curls wind loosened winter stretched across body abyss sleep sad silence taste empty belly strangled heart a different love you keep
I’ll bloom in spring Alongside the Californian hills. When the rain paints The terrain green With speckled white wildflowers, I’ll tiptoe on sunlight to touch the sky. I’ll be the brightest star They’ve yet to discover. Shooting, shining, falling, And wished upon. Dry land, crispy and brown Underneath my feet on A winter night.