Song Of The Morning Glory’s Lover
White washed fence, stretching to bright blue skies,
Melting snow, quenching bent brown winter grass.
In spring rain and sunshine, true love called
Winters’ dormant love. Having fallen in fall,
Shedding the cloak of her covered heart;
bared her bosom, rising above it all.
She peered from earth, to arrive,
With blinking green eyes.
“Oh love of love in gloom and in despair,
Harsh and bright as thou art fair,
Cast season’s displeasure, in sweetened warm air.
Awaken and choose what color to wear.
I have stood tall, waiting and sturdy;
Stretch and climb into my arms in hurry.
Awaken from your winter sleep, embrace me,
climb onto me, my sweet morning glory.”