I Fly Away | Early Poems - Poem by Anna Maria
Sing my song upon the waters
Carry the memory of my happy flight
In each diamond of your voice upon the sea
Let him not forget the thought of me
Hear my laughter in the waves
And my tears in the wind
See me running through the forest
Chase after me and catch me if you can
Breathe me in the fragrance of the trees
And in the flowers of the fields
Feel my warmth
in the rising and setting of the sun
Will you escape me in your dreams?
I am no ordinary thing.
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