nicky joyce

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Shadow and I


Sitting with my shadow what do we see
Sitting with my shadow we spot a humming bee
Sitting with my shadow oh what shall we do
Sitting with my shadow we make a daisy chain or two
Sitting with my shadow here on this lonely bench
Sitting with my shadow time well worth spent

Sitting here with my shadow taking in the view
Sitting here with my shadow we realise we don’t have a clue
Sitting here with my shadow smelling the fresh air
Sitting here with my shadow without a care
Sitting here with my shadow shooting the breeze
Sitting here with my shadow feeling free

Sitting there with my shadow we lost all we knew
Sitting there with my shadow you took our light we drew
Sitting there with my shadow I enjoyed the most
Sitting there with my shadow we made out were ghosts
Sitting there with my shadow I found a delight
Sitting there with my shadow is where it feels most right

Submitted: Saturday, October 12, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 30, 2013
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