Day Dreamer

Oh how I’d like to be the sunrise

To a world that darkness conceived

Raise me up, allow me to shine

Is radiance a luxury, fit for a king?

Oh how I’d like to be the flower

In these barren desert scenes

An exhibition, surprising colors

Perfectly fragile, a lavender day dream.

I guess, however, this stirring in my soul

Could be the gleam in a proud mans eye

Or the scraps in a beggars mouth

Paint my portrait with a lovers brush,

Get lost in the forest, and display it proud.

Energy

We find our respite in the forests of the ones who got away

We live in houses made of trees

Who didn’t have a say

We find our respite in the forests

Of the ones who got away

We climb upon the boulders

That the woeful mountains lost

They’ve been here for forever

And they’ll remain here, til they’re not

We drift along the rivers

Who escaped from mighty seas

From nothing, they have conquered

But they’ll never quite be free

We gaze into the stars

Who are always on display

In the blackness they cannot disguise

Their brilliant, shining rays

The companions nature gives us

Are all mightier than we

We share the same sad stories

And connected, we’ll always be