Woman – be free in transparent dance
Around a greater King than I
I watch you in the night fire
You are a star in a passing galaxy

Woman, I desperately need you
But you transfer from weightlessness to dream road
Like the swift that crosses the high sky
With the laughter of a butterfly

Does my voice reach you?
Have you ever seen it floating
Through the corals of the moonlight
Where your cartoon spirit languishes

I stand in the ring of a woody tree
Through the seasons’ dais that you dance on
I cannot follow, I bruise my feet
At your starry night, at your after-sight

Woman, how much I’ve needed you
Your light, your gentle hands, your soul
Stuck to mine by spirit
Like the flowing of freshwater into the salt sea

Author: blackbird212012

I am interested in multimedia work: songwriting, art, and creative writing. I have been involved also in theatre and music performances.

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