Rain’s lyrical cadence haunts him (Whitman and Eliot too) – but,
it doesn’t dare deposit its wrathful hands on me.
At present, grass is drying (as I lie sighing) beneath a lemon-hued
gorge, overflowing with endless jubilant, unconcealed song.
Clover eyes (blind forever) tumble down over my swarthy skin.
Index finger knuckles brush them away. Tears remain.
If I stay silently through the night (may it last forever), will you
harbor me within your celestial enemy voice?
2 thoughts on “to the meadowlark (that I would like to be)”
the closing couplet is a doozy.
I hope not in a bad way! :o)