Honey Bee


In and Unto You


Dawn and dusk deepen my heart
Songs at dawn, should I not bend and break
Debussy by dusk and dimmest light
In and unto you

Your being within me, constant and unwavering
Always, showing and knowing
Crafting in me a love yet unknown
Sewing and weaving new layers for you?
Forming for me, for others, for whom?

I know that I will always be
Should the sun stop shining and the moon hides away
In and unto you

Submitted: Saturday, February 23, 2013

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