Tossed with toes dangling in the sun-setting stream I’m so thankful for my golden-dream…
Rushing waters, rivers bending,
No holding back no pretending,
A sun-fish sinks nibbling for a kernel, a river-bed Reflects, permeating love eternal
reflecting clandestine pearls and white rippled-lace
This body of water wakes up meeting the prettiest face
Bubbling clear and pure it’s begging to loan a drink,
Water so peaceful doubts quickly shrink
Muskrat-love among the cattails
Storms all settled, dissipating all gales
If she was a ’32 Ford her motor I would crank.
Blasted with fuel, God bless a full-tank
Hearing flowers laugh along the mountain-ridge,
Another embrace takes place under the lake-driven bridge
Nature airs perfect peace,
We were teenagers acting out the musical Grease
Tasting better and sweeter than any sticky candy,
my eyes light up same way as Travolta’s when he saw his Sandy!
Soon to be at Friendly’s, conversation over a Fish a Ma Jig,
I never knew that eyes could be baked this big
Thank you Lord, thank you!
Another good one! I love the musical “Grease.”