It is a wonderful thing
To throw the windows open in spring
And look upon the world.
I stand still and welcome the air
Saturate my skin.
The morning dew is winking at me
And the smell of fresh cut grass is teasing me.
“ Come play, come play”
Knowing precisely how to lift my spirits,
So out i go.
And my mind eases
And i forget my troubles as i settled my tired Bones
Amongst the roots, bugs and soil.
Lifting my gaze to the sky
And closing my eyes,
Humming softly to myself
I am free.
I know you have other loves.
Knowing your gaze meets mine from time to time.
He carries this world in his heart
And when i look in his eyes
There it is;
This beautiful gaze full of
Love and starbursts.
In the kiss, lucidity.
And he blinks in morse code;
My heart dances.
Suns have come and gone
Here we are.
From a challenging yet refreshing hike
Never seem to drink enough water.
I am too distracted by beauty that catches my eyes.
I get tickled by these things.
Even the snakes. They terrify my but I cannot stop looking and wondering.
Bumble bees and wasps.
Spiders and caterpillars.
Hawks and vultures.
The different trees and different leaves.
The greens and the blues, the grays and the browns.
And the way is rocky so I have to stop quite often and gaze otherwise
I might trip and fall a very long way.
Then I stay up too late watching the
Fireflies dance in the forest.
They never cease to make me giggle with delight.
They mesmerize me.
My eyes trying to focus between the dark
And the light of their
I cannot even guess where they may light up
So I try not to blink leaving my eyes to soften
Without looking at one point.
On the path
Headed the same direction.
Sometimes we cross.
Sometimes we touch.
Sometimes we gaze.
All of us finding our way.
Is it so unbelievable
I forsake the stars
Gaze upon you only?
I wonder if you find yourself
Suddenly turning your gaze to the
That primordial yearning stirring,
Pull of me