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  October's Child



A bonnet of almond-dipped words sets the mood
I'm sun-clothed in rain from the inside out
The voices of a thousand winds humming about,
behind a shadowed sun that paints its own pout

I climb Blue Mountains to the edge of solitude
Rivers aimlessly lost somewhere inside the green
Echoes lip-syncing me amid this drowsy scene
A cottage of memory someplace beyond between

The flowers brush against my legs as do the thorns,
but I love it here where my soul meets ebb and flow
Where the rising of dawn beds evening's glow,
and my mind dances to prints from long ago

Somewhere in the distance, I hear the honking of horns,
yet I stand amid the bridges of suspended halos,
where winds tickle the tops of waiting pussytoes
Where blue skies n' time finally greet in repose

Quelque part Au-del d'Entre



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