Somewhere In The Ether
Somewhere in the ether,
Your song I can hear.
And, over the miles,
Your thoughts transcend.
Mixed with some laughter,
And, the occasional tear.
The distance between us,
Not meant as an end.
This windowed illusion,
That fixes my gaze.
Brings me beside you,
Though distance remains.
I think I can see you,
In this shadowy haze.
A sensory delusion,
Am I a little insane?
I search for the path
In a world so surreal.
To reach out to touch,
But, only fingers to keys.
For there is no truth,
If nought I can feel.
So wait for a voice,
To reveal you to me.
And, collared doves,
In weeping willow.
Their invitation set,
Against velvet sky.
Seem to beckon,
Let emotions flow.
To give words the gift,
'That' they can fly.
And, little xx an end,
But, not an end tonight.
The willow can perceive.
Like hands outstretched,
To catch some light.
Kisses on the page,
Shall be our whispering leaves...
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