Beyond the dry grass

Here’s the lighter entertainment, well the pick of a bunch, now all I need to do is catch up on some reading.

trees and sky

Beyond the dry grass

It’s another morning, another dawn,
Waking in this old weather board house,
On it’s little steep little hill, a forest’s edge,
Jack Johnson’s playing, home is there too,

As the music follows me from room to room,
The kitchen is warm, breakfast is moving on,
Time to head out, make for the ocean’s sun,
Where the tide’s animated shore break’s laughing,

Make for but a short walk, beyond the dry grass,
Not a soul to be seen, but for the birds of the water,
The birds of the wing, dolphins surfing, while the wind sings,
A quiet little cove, where the point stretches out,

In the days at the edge of the reef,
The music’s still playing as her feet walk out to the sea,
At the fringe of a life time, as her lips whisper to the breeze,
Does the world turn this calm, or’s it the slow rush of the sea,

Follow me out here, follow me deep,
Let’s walk together, to the foot of the point,
Where the old weather born sea cave,
Offers sheltered to lost dreams in time…

12 responses to “Beyond the dry grass

  1. The music’s still playing as her feet walk out to the sea,
    At the fringe of a life time, as her lips whisper to the breeze,
    Does the world turn this calm, or’s it the slow rush of the sea,
    Follow me out here, follow me deep,
    WOOOOW, POWERFUL, PROFOUND SCRIBE!! FOLLOW ME OUT HERE, FOLLOW ME DEEP,,,YOUR WORDS SEDUCE ME.

    • Yes, occasionally I get the words sing something that resonates well enough to meet people hand in hand. It feels good when they can sing like the above. Thanks, Toya…

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