My words fell on your grasses of mirth
And showered your blessed being
My letters fell unaware on woven dreams
And mirrored a phantasmal seeing.
I wondered often, have you not a heart
That feels and drips all blue?
The air curled up and touched your breast
To hear heart throbs -- a clue.
I stood apart and a road flowed by,
All trams and buses askew,
You looked on and I looked on,
Those words in the dust just grew.
The tiara on my forehead shone
Like a diamond made of flowers
And I knew in your heart there were
A thousand venereal showers!
I asked the wind – does he want to be?
Can he leave all he fears?
The leaves whispered, it’s too late,
He needs all he bears.
Maybe next time my soiled princess?
Maybe just another while.
I left then with my tears of words
And my letters with a smile.
I travelled away, eight months and a day
Till I knew I’m all done.
I have not any music or poem,
From me, where shall I run?
I offer you my pen, my ink and thoughts
I offer you crushed joys and pain
Songs of summer and spring ballads
Songs of citizen rain.
I have my heart my reed my world
I have my words of God,
I have my pagan joys and bliss,
My sight, my ink, my word.
My love resides in Godly insights
My love resides in dew
I do not seek a material world
To live encased with you.
Your smogs and fogs of darkness bleak
Shall all shed away,
Come kiss your pen
And write again, all eight months and a day.
For happiness we seek to strive
For happiness all trouble unfurled.
For happiness shall lie our bond apart
From the glittering shimmering world.
The soiled princess knows you fear
To walk along even-in dreams,
Your mind is tied, a bona-fide to
The life licked in ice creams.