Friday, 8 July 2011

A Solstice love poem

I’m running through this farmer’s field now
I’m going to get my feet wet
I’ll be quiet, ‘cause I think there’s a cow
But I think she sleeps after sunset

Tomorrow a new sun will rise
And nature will get her way
And I’ll hope to wake to your eyes
And I’ll be yours for another day

Tomorrow is the first of summer
The Solstice will bless us with light
And I’ll capture our moments of ardor
And save them for cold winter nights

So take off your suit and your shoes now
And run through the night, hold my hand
Don’t think so hard, come and see how
Solid and steady my stone love stands.