Andrew Michaels

Rookie (Feb.10,1956 / Neosho, Missouri)

I See the Day-Glow Sky


I see the day-glow sky
With sojourn clouds I fly
You're all invited too
To race the morning dew
To see the sun anew

A dark, foul, murky night
Dies with its dreadful fright
How the soul sweeps up height
My wings lift freedom's flight

Living my dreams again
Not caring for how nor when
With soaring wings I fly
I see the day-glow sky

Shadows don't frighten me
Finally I feel free
You're all invited too
To chase in the pursuit
To seek the dawning truth

Rise on the sky's stairway
Rejoice in the coming day
Shake off a troubled mind
With breathless wings we climb

Living our dreams again
Caring not how and when
On spirited wings we fly
To see the day-glow sky

I see the day-glow sky
With sojourn wings I fly
You're all invited too
To race the morning dew
To see the sun anew
With sojourn wings I climb
I see the day-glow sky

Submitted: Monday, March 19, 2007
Edited: Friday, February 04, 2011

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