Dancing just, you and me, long ago, but no more, in your arms, twirling so, spinning such, love for you, music grows, sweetly now, slow it down, swish about, lights dim to, darkness so, shadows float, soundless with, eerie moon, beams so low, I’m alone, fade you did, from this house, all that’s left, is your ghost, haunting me, ne’er to rest.
A newness sparks a sensory influx from the winds of change sailing in my direction with scents of wisdom and feelings of joy encompassing, ever enveloping around my eyes, songs, tinkling melodies, fill my ears, and tasting the freedom of God’s love.
How are you, I wonder, you I never see, are you here or are you yonder, with me you’ll never be. In my mind you live, you touch, I never feel, will you ever hover much in dreams where love is sealed. Once we were together, where friendship we endured, that is all it ever was, a gift so gentle and pure.
Ghostly mists arise and hover, above the valley floor it covers, mountain walls surround and hide, the evil secrets that reside. When happiness pushes through and in, a bloody horror stabs and wins, What is this mess that is so wrong? A sickening stench so sick and strong. But love so great, the only answer, Can overwhelm this evil cancer, Shining down from God most High, Is peace and love, then horror dies.