Went your day well?
Did the bluebird I sent
land on your shoulder
and flutter you into delight?
Goes your sleep well?
Were your nightime dreams
lit with the stardust I ordered,
and did my love warm
every corner of your
heart until dawn?
Ends your noon well?
Do you realize it is I arrange
sunbeams to play
gently around your eyes,
afternoons to lighten
load with heightened
Falls your evening well?
Did you know I parcel
shower from early skies
that there becomes
only rainbowing arcs
of love's tenderest
to remind you of me?
Works your life well?
Are you aware dear love
comes first and
your faraway friend
that you really enjoy
until after eternity?
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